Articles

This page contains some of the articles I wrote in the dim and distant past. Whilst they maybe of dubious relevance today, I’ll try and do a retrospective post on some of them as time allows. It will be interesting to see how far everything has moved on in the last 10 odd years, if at all.

Date Column Name Column Title
2015
July/Aug GeoConnexion Beyond the basemap.
2014
February GeoConnexion Not just for consumers.
2013
June GeoConnexion The Universal Map.
2002
January GI News A heavenly host can be the devil to find.
2001
September GI News To GIS 2001 and beyond.
July GI News What the hell is GML?
2000
November GI News Using XML for everything, well almost.
October GI News Serving the web for free with Linux and Apache.
February Mapping Awareness GIS 2000 – What’s Next?
1999
October Mapping Awareness First Y2K next W2K.
September Mapping Awareness When is a door not a door? When it’s a portal!
August Mapping Awareness MapPoint leads GIS into the Mainstream.
May Mapping Awareness Internet GIS – solutions not technology.
April Mapping Awareness XML – a new language for the Web?
March Mapping Awareness Qualifying the professionals.
February Mapping Awareness Will Java perk up a new GIS?
January Mapping Awareness A base line on Internet maps.
1998
November Mapping Awareness Get with the script.
October Mapping Awareness The object of its attention.
September Mapping Awareness Enabling the masses.
July Mapping Awareness Use objects to build your own GIS software.
June Mapping Awareness Cure network nightmares with thin clients.
May Mapping Awareness You say workstation, I say PC.
April Mapping Awareness The godmother of all databases.
March Mapping Awareness Drawing the browser battle-lines.
February Mapping Awareness GIS in your pocket.
1997
December GIS Europe The roundabout route to convergence.
December GIS Europe Information overload.
December Mapping Awareness PC graphics grow up.
November Mapping Awareness GIS must evolve or die.
October Mapping Awareness Making the web pay.
September Mapping Awareness GIS moves into the open.