"The dogs bark, but the caravan moves on." --Persian proverb"That's the way of the world, kid. Go with the winner." --Saul Goodman, self-described "criminal" lawyer, Breaking Bad
Jerry Johnston is Geospatial Information Officer at the US Department of the Interior. In this role, Dr. Johnston leads DOI’s efforts to coordinate and implement geospatial technology across the Department to meet a wide range of mission goals. This includes providing a vision for geospatial interoperability throughout the enterprise, as well as guidance and perspective on opportunities for adopting place-based approaches more broadly across Departmental lines of business.
count of my blogposts by year: 2008, 136; 2009,81; 2010,46; 2011,16; 2012,4; 2013,2;— NYGeog (@nygeog) August 8, 2013
Jason Birch: I haven't blogged in two years. Partially because of a technology shift at work away from open source, and partially because our industry is less exciting than it was five years ago, and partially because I'm lazy (and have better things to do in my spare time)
Bill Morris: Because I don't call it GIS blogging
Roger Diercks: I gave up blogging two years ago. I haven't undergone any significant technology shifts at work, but +Jason Birch otherwise squarely hit on exactly the same reasons I pulled the plug. I very much appreciate the engagement from my blog's readers, but blogging began to feel like a chore and less like an enjoyable creative outlet.
"The hardest thing of all is to find a black cat in a dark room, especially if there is no cat." --Confucius (attributed)