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Big it up for the OSI

I don’t know whether there is any official award scheme for contributions to historical research but, if there is, I reckon Ordnance Survey Ireland should get one. 147 more words


Capital Trail now supported by Ordnance Survey and featured on PedalingNowhere, Bikepackersmag and more sites

As the inaugural ride comes closer, it is great to see such great exposure for the Capital Trail in advance. Thanks to Logan from PedalingNowhere… 219 more words


Postgres never ceases to amaze me

I’ve been using Postgresql for years now, those who know me, know fine well that it’s my absolute favorite database in the whole wide world. Those who know me may also recall I do a lot of GIS and mapping work using Spatial SQL among other things. 1,354 more words

Computers & Internet

Planning our way: of maps, apps, pins & string

How does one plan a Way? We have known our pilgrimage’s starting point and its finishing point from the beginning but it has taken us a while to decide on the big bit in between… 553 more words

Thwarted Plans!

The last few weeks have been quite frustrating with regard to hiking. I was supposed to be out this weekend – but once again the weather has put the blinkers on things. 440 more words


When I was small ...

and Christmas trees were tall … one of the odd things we learned at primary school was the purpose of bench marks.  The school was split between two locations with only one canteen so, every lunch time, we were marched in pairs down to the lower school; a hungry chattering snake.   303 more words


Ordnance Survey Opens Up Data Mapping Treasure Chest

Ordnance Survey have released a mapping tool that gives free access to its vast wealth of data to anyone who wants to use it, including third-party commercial services. 99 more words

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