Have you run the latest OS update on your iOS device(s) yet? IF not you should keep in mind that iOS 7 is now waiting for you. If you’ve been wondering what to expect you might find this piece on MacWorld of interest along with the video they provided below – enjoy iOS 7. So far I’m not totally sold on the new look and feel, the color schemes, and some app issues so far have kind of ticked me off, particularly concerning apps that are no longer supported in Canada! The native apps are all redesigned with a common look and feel and if you aren’t sold on the new design the good news is that you’ll be ticked off across the entire application suite! The new calendar is nice, I like the lock screen functionality, new look notes isn’t appealing to me at all, and multitasking is nicely improved. See more about iOS7 from Apple
Archives for September 19, 2013
In case you haven’t heard or noticed, open source solution provider / leader OpenGeo is now Boundless – according to the company, a new corporate brand to better reflect the growing range of platforms, applications, and services the company develops and sells.
Boundless was spun out of its longtime incubator, OpenPlans, in April 2013 and has sold much of its company stock to its employees. Along with the corporate rebranding, Boundless announced a public beta release of OpenGeo Suite 4.0 and the official release of Mapmeter, a management and analytics tool for monitoring the health of production geospatial deployments. To sign up for Mapmeter, including a two week trial visit https://app.mapmeter.com/signup
Esri has a fine resource to help monitor the flooding situation in Norther Colorado. The news map provides continuously updated flood data and stats from the National Weather Service and also provides users with information regarding road closures, alternative route suggestions, hazards, stream gauges, shelter information, traffic data – The map is embedded below or See the map HERE