My last few posts have been bit…shall we say…retrospective, so I won’t dwell there too much this time.
The beginning of this month saw the ten-year anniversary of my first post on this blog. A lot has changed during that time in the geospatial industry. I am fascinated by the tools, concepts, and issues that were important to me a decade ago.
A quick skim of posts and comments reveal a number of relationships that began through this blog, jumped over to social media, and eventually found their way into real life. More than any technology that I may have written about, the people I have come to know as result of writing this blog are invaluable to me.
So I will leave it at this, today: To everyone who has read, shared, re-posted, commented, clarified, or otherwise participated in this endeavor with me, thank you. I can only hope that the value you have received from this blog approaches a fraction of that which I have gained from you.
I can’t wait to see what the next ten years has in store.