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Welcome to the "Speaking of Wealth" podcast showcasing profit strategies for speakers, publishers, authors, consultants, and info-marketers. Learn valuable skills to make your business more successful, more passive, more automated, and more scalable. Your host, Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and experts including; Dan Poynter (The Self-Publishing Manual), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Dan Millman (Way of the Peaceful Warrior) ...
 
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Ed speaks with Matt Brown and Mike Hall. Matt is co-author of “The Atlas of Imagined Places” which he wrote together with Rhys Davies. The book is illustrated by Mike, a freelance cartographer who many geomobsters will know from two previous speaking appearances at Geomob, most recently in February of 2021. The conversation examines the concept of …
 
Steven Feldman is joined by Stephen Mather to disucss the OpenDroneMap project. OpenDroneMap is a project to create sustainable solutions for collecting, processing, analyzing and displaying aerial data while also supporting the communities built around them. Show notes on the Geomob website, where you can also learn more about Geomob events and si…
 
This week Ed speaks with Christian Rouffaert, founder and CEO of Teragence, and speaker at Geomob London in September 2016. Christian's story is an interesting one not just because of the innovative work Teragence does, but becaue he came to entrepreneurship later than most, making the leap to starting a business in mid-career. We cover what exactl…
 
In 2006 Andrew Turner authored the book "Introduction to Neogeography". In 2009 he gave a much heralded talk "How Neogeography Killed GIS". Andrew (who today is director of R&D at Esri), joins Steven to look back on his influential work from that time, and reflect, fifteen years later, on the impact "neogeography" on the industry. Finally, Steven a…
 
In this episode Steven welcomes back his old friend cartographer Kenneth Field, who recently published his new book Thematic Mapping: 101 Inspiring Ways to Visualise Empirical Data. In the book Kenneth takes the data from the 2016 US election and maps it in 101 different ways, showcasing many different cartographic techniques, and weighing the pros…
 
In this episode Ed chats with artist Chaz Hutton, who spoke at Geomob all the way back in March of 2016 and presented his "Map of Every City". Chaz shares the experience of having a map go viral. The discussion then turns to the role and power of social media in general, the implications for use of maps and effect on spatial awareness, but also the…
 
You would be very hard pressed to find anyone in geospatial who hasn't spent time gazing at JRR Tolkien's maps of Middle Earth, the setting for his much-loved The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. The unique cartographic style is a delightful detail that helps bring the stories to life. In this episode Ed has the pleasure of speaking with Dan Bell,…
 
Steven interviews Paul Ramsey, whom Steven describes as "a superstar of the OSGeo community". Paul is one of the inventors of the PostGIS extension to Postgres, the most well known and widely used spatial database in the world. Paul tells the story of PostGIS's start all the way back in 2001, and how it has since grown to become a foundational piec…
 
Steven speaks with Verónica Andreo and María Arias de Reyna, two of the organizers of FOSS4G 2021, about this year's conference which is coming up from September 27 to October 2nd. Registration is now open! The conference will be held online, and feature over 300 separate talks, five keynotes, live coding events, 50+ different workshops, ice breake…
 
One of our regular episodes in which we catch up our projects, and discuss the geonews. Ed is a week away from some much-needed holiday, but first racing to close out a project for a new large enterprise client at OpenCage. Meanwhile Steven is back from a week in the country and enjoying having Arnaud helping him on Mappery. We dive into the recent…
 
A new MP3 sermon from The GraceLife Pulpit is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Cotton Mather and the Struggles of Early American Puritan Piety Speaker: Phil Johnson Broadcaster: The GraceLife Pulpit Event: Sunday Service Date: 7/4/2021 Length: 72 min.By Phil Johnson
 
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