After an announcement in August Twitter have released their geotagging api. At this stage the functionality isn’t available at twitter.com,... Continue reading →

WALIS 2009 great success

Gaia Resources attended WALIS 2009 with great success.  There was much interest in Andrew’s paper entitled “Rio Tinto: Managing Environmental... Continue reading →

Tweets galore

If you’re not already watching the Twitter feed from FOSS4G, have a look at http://twitter.com/#search?q=%23foss4g2009.   Both Andrew (http://twitter.com/andrew_dennison) and... Continue reading →


Interesting and somewhat critical article on the issues associated with data interoperability. Google are moving from using Tele Atlas street... Continue reading →

Long weekend

Monday the 28th of September is a public holiday here in Western Australia, so our offices will be closed.  Most... Continue reading →

Citizen Science

I’ve been interested in citizen science my whole life, as you might have guessed from some of my older database... Continue reading →


GeoEye-1 has celebrated its first birthday Two cool new uses for augmented reality. The first round of iPhone apps have... Continue reading →