- Good luck to all the presenters at #FOSS4GNA - looking forward to the tweetstream. 1 day ago
- Name a piece of MSFT infrastructure and it's fighting with me today. #monday 1 day ago
- Delinquent mortgages in Washington Area wapo.st/RiOPAa via @postgraphics 1 day ago
- My NCAA lacrosse bracket is completely shot so I'm falling back to my old standby of rooting against Duke. 2 days ago
- Unemployment rate falls in Md., Va., D.C. wapo.st/10CSnwk via @washingtonpost 4 days ago
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There’s been a lot of talk about TileMill and CartoCSS lately, with good cause. TileMill makes it very easy generate beautiful map tiles using the Mapnik engine and CartoCSS provides a familiar method to author the cartographic representation of spatial … Continue reading
So I’ve actually noticed a surprising uptick in traffic related to zigGIS lately? We also had someone asking about ST-Links on the zigGIS mailing list last week. Clearly, there’s still a level of interest out there for the problem that … Continue reading
A couple of months ago, Dan Dye at WeoGeo posted about work he had done to facilitate creating WeoGeo tile packs from MBTiles databases. Recently, I had the need to do the same with ArcGIS tiles. As Dan explained, WeoGeo … Continue reading
I’ve become a big fan of Leaflet for putting maps on the web. It gives me most of what I need without much of what I don’t and is fairly easily extended, as shown by the impressive work of Jason … Continue reading