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  • Esri publishes Smarter Government Workbook by Martin O'Malley

    Esri announced the publication of Smarter Government Workbook: A 14-Week Implementation Guide to Governing for Results by former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley. The book distills the lessons from his earlier book, Smarter Government: How to Govern for Results…

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  • Leave Venezuela in time of blackouts

    I think that some know the situation in Venezuela, I say some because I know that Venezuela is not the center of the universe, and therefore there are people who do not even know where it is. Many of those who read me, feel and…

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  • Leaving Venezuela to Colombia - My Odyssey

    Have you ever come to feel the body without soul? I have felt it lately. The organism becomes an inert entity that you only feel lives because it breathes. I know it must be complicated to understand, and more...

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  • 13 Historical Photos of Human Entrepreneurship

    The year 2015 has ended. To celebrate, we bring you a few historical photographs that remind us that time has not passed with pleasure. The LZ 129 Hindenburg, Zeppelin-type airship, destroyed by fire while landing in…

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  • 6 aspects to consider in the Integration of the Registry - Cadastre

    Making the Cadastre and the Real Property Registry work together is currently one of the most interesting challenges in the modernization processes of property rights systems. The problem is usually...

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  • Inspiration - Trends in GIS technologies - ESRI UC first day

    In 2005 it was the first time that I attended the ESRI User Conference, always in the same place: The San Diego Convention Center, with the large banners hanging from the arches of the long transparent glass corridor. …

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  • The 2014 Infrastructure Conference: Inspiration for Hispanics

    Last week the Infrastructure Conference for 2014 was held, again in London, in which the award ceremony known as Be Inspired was also held. The event was much more organized than other occasions, the…

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  • UPSOCL - A place for inspiration

    Its interface is simple, with no sidebars, no ads, just a search form and an almost invisible menu with five categories. It is the site of Spanish-speaking origin UPSOCL, dedicated to sharing things that are important to the…

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  • 5 Recommendations for the safety of a surveying equipment

    It was difficult to convince the bosses at the time; that the equipment to be purchased should be insured against theft, damage and accidents. It is understandable at first, with questions like: If the equipment will be donated to the municipality later...

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  • Geophysical

    Almost the last letter to my collaborators ... I did not leave

    Just ten days ago today, as you know, I stopped signing the paperwork related to a project that had kept me busy and inspired for seven years. Surely they will have been waiting for an explanation, because only a couple of very…

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  • Geophysical

    …for now…

    Just when the nostalgia of changing the context begins to scratch... I share one of the best farewells I've seen from one of my mentors. As I did not want to include you in the general and institutional mail…

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  • Can I use Google Earth images for the cadastre?

    Today, in a good mood with a Dutch friend, I rescued some similarity between the process that cancer takes in clinical psychology and the romance of Google Earth for the wrong purposes: Stage 1: Scare.…

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  • Vbookz, the best audio player for iPad / iPhone / iPod

    Reading aloud applications are undoubtedly changing the way we enjoy books. Personally, I've always liked to savor the highlighting and side notes with a real book, stopping and reading slowly to…

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  • 4 important moments in the history of Geofumadas

    – We should have a blog… My boss (HM) said, with his gaze disconnected from this world. I felt ashamed of not knowing the word that a 73-year-old man had mentioned before my stubborn complaint about why they disconnected me...

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  • Cartitas

    Recycled from my lonely nights in Guatemala, just now that I'm about to leave there I'll leave you with something to keep you entertained. I know, it doesn't fill the obsession with technology... but it exists. She was a sweet eyed apple...

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  • The inclusion of the social aspect in technical training processes

    This week I was talking with one of my collaborators, and we did some history about the gray hairs that the years have brought us in these development processes –more mine than the one that supports his bald spot-. He explained how evolution...

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  • How to connect to the Internet in remote areas

    I always wondered what I would do if I had to go live in a small town, where access to the connectivity that we enjoy in the city is limited. More now than our manias for the interaction that came with the Internet...

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  • 32 years later, connect wires, close cycles

    This summer vacation trip has been more than just a stress relief. Not only for me, it has been for the rest of my family who accompanied me. Sometimes the analogy that the threads are…

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