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    The Theory of Stuff

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    Once again, this is not the post I set out to write. The one I set out to write was called “In Search of Location’s Sweet Spot” and it’s sitting in draft and not yet posted. That’s because before I can submit that post I need to write this one as a warm up act…. Read more »

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    What Happens When Geography and Innovation Collide

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    It’s taken a while but the consultation into opening up the Ordnance Survey’s United Kingdom mapping and geographic data is out and is no doubt being debated, looked at, discussed, pulled apart and opined on. Whilst every Ordnance Survey employee I’ve ever spoken to is utterly in favour of this move there’s still continued resistance to… Read more »

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    Footprints (Of the Digital Variety)

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    One of the things I write about a lot on this blog are the areas of location and online, or digital, identity and how these two areas overlap and sometimes conflict. I write about this stuff not only because I’m lucky enough to work in both of these areas but I also find them fascinating, compelling and nowhere… Read more »