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Stories From Forgotten Space (new book published)

I seem to be at a point of bringing quite a few important works to a point of closure. I and have Finally made my blog series,  149 more words


Your own personal National Map with TerriaJS: no coding and nothing to deploy

National Map is a pretty awesome place to find geospatial open data from all levels of Australian government.  (Disclaimer: I work on it at NICTA). But thanks to some not-so-obvious features in TerriaJS, the software that drives it, you can actually create and share your own private version with your own map layers – without programming, and without deploying any code. 544 more words


London walks, and anti-austerity-weekend musings.

A collection of thoughts whilst moving around the capital on the weekend 250,000 people came out against the government’s further assaults on social welfare and social life. 2,150 more words


Cartography for Disorder of War: Book I. It's all in the map!

A map breathes life into the world of a story. There is no better example than the map Tolkien created for his novels. It has gone on to be the model for most of our beloved fantasy series, from A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones) to the Wheel of Time. 338 more words


Added a Page for the Downloads Section!

That is right! I added a Resources section for various gaming supplies :)

Go check it out! 51 more words


May 2 - 2015 (At the Edge of the World)

Excerpt from “The Map” ( Elizabeth Bishop, from North & South, 1946)

Land lies in water; it is shadowed green.

Shadows, or are they shallows, at its edges… 48 more words


Mapmaking and Terraforming

Today, finally, I get to do some more stuff for the book Dark Soldier. This time, we’re talking about world building. This is going to be super hard for me because I’m not really good at map-making. 344 more words