In late 2019 I bought a new laptop, and I want to write up about how that compares to the laptop I had been using until then. It's taken me until now to get around to writing that review, but it's given me a good opportunity to really use the new machine. The two computers … Continue reading Laptops
At their AGM on 26th June 2020, I was voted into the role of Chair for the British Association of Remote Sensing Companies. I am proud to take on this position and recognise the strong Committee that the Association has to guide it forward. Past Chairs and Committees have done a great job of highlighting … Continue reading BARSC Chair
I am in a quandary about my communications. I use so many apps and services! Currently I have accounts for, and can interact with individuals using, the following methods..... TwitterLinkedInEmail - four different accountsTelegramWhatsAppGoogle HangoutsGoogle GroupsGoogle MeetSkypeSlackTrelloWordpressTeamwork ChatFacebook MessengerSignalSMSOh, and I can also have a phone that can be called! Twitter and LinkedIn are generally pretty … Continue reading Too many messages!
On 17th June 2020 the OSGeo:UK committee (of which I am part) hosted the FOSS4GUKOnline one day conference. We were helped on the day by a brilliant group of volunteers. The conference comprised of three streams, names Nightingale (a reference to Covid!), Sentinel (a reference to Earth observation) and Mercator (a reference to mapping and … Continue reading FOSS4GUKOnline 2020