mapping, tracking, tagging and GPS

For the last 6 days or so the eruption of ash from Eyjafjallajoekull in Iceland has caused air traffic across Europe to be suspended. As this story was breaking over the weekend I wondered where I could find a Google Maps mash-up of the ash cloud data. After some fruitless searching I decided there wasn’t a map available, so I wrote one – volcano ash page. This blog post follows that story….


Just a quick post to say that blog has gone mobile


For the last 3 to 4 weeks I have been waiting for the release of OS 3.1 for the iPhone, and now it is here….


Still working away on PhotoInfoEditor for Mac OS 10.6 Snow Leopard.


PhotoGPSEditor is now compatible with Mac OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard.

This release fixed a minor bug which was preventing photos from loading correctly.


Excellent news. I have just read that Twitter is going to support geolocation in the next release of their API.

OK, you can really trust your SatNav, but you must remember to also engage your brain…


Just read an interesting (although rather long) piece over at xconomy on geolocation in browsers.


A very quick update….

  1. Work is still progressing on a couple of iPhone Apps, meanwhile, don’t forget to check-out PhotoGPSEditor and PhotoInfoEditor.

  2. A new version of PhotoInfoEditor is currently in the works (as is a minor update of PhotoGPSEditor).

  3. is delighted to announce they are sponsoring another totally mad ‘drive a Morris to Mongolia’ team this summer. Full details can be found at: Morris to Mongolia. More details to come….

We had a server failure last week (bad RAM), and so the site (and the blog) have been down for a few days. The site is now back up, and the blog should be up and running in a few days.




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