Daily Archives: November 27, 2006

The price of free is currency

Simon sent me a link to an article on the BBC website about the vintage of aerial imagery in Google Earth for Liverpool. Regeneration bosses in Liverpool have complained that the internet giant Google is ignoring the regeneration changes going on in northern cities. Liverpool Vision has complained that developments, such as the 42-acre Paradise Project, are not visible on aerial view website Google Earth. The site shows London landmarks such as the new Wembley […]

AGI Awards Dinner

I am not a big lover of awards dinners, black ties or other industry bashes. But the AGI Annual Awards Dinner is an exception worthy of note, particularly this year. I should say at this point that I am a big fan of the AGI and that the current chairman is our Director of Consulting, Simon Doyle. The Awards Dinner brings the geo-industry together in a celebration of the achievements of the year. It is […]

Listening to customers

Almost every company aspires to have good relationships with its customers and usually a key part of that will be listening to what customers say about products and services. GDC have always tried to be a listening company and our products have been strongly influenced by the feature requests of our clients. That does not mean that everything on the wish list will get into the next release of the product or even any release […]