Tag: bill morris

  • 13 maps in 13 days: Bill Morris

    Sending off the year 2015, we present to our readers the mapmakers who contributed their work to the 2015 GeoHipster calendar. *** Bill Morris Q: Tell us about yourself. A: I’m a cartographer and data plumber at Faraday Inc, where I come up with ways of analyzing and visualizing several metric tons of demographic/property information. Big fan…

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  • The 2015 GeoHipster Calendar is available for purchase

    We are excited to announce that the first-ever GeoHipster wall calendar is ready for production. We thank all who submitted maps for the calendar, Christina Boggs and Carol Kraemer for co-originating the calendar idea, and Christina again for her ongoing assistance with logistics and curation. The 2015 GeoHipster Wall Calendar makes a great holiday gift…

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  • Bill Morris: “There’s a lot of value in questioning the establishment”

    Bill Morris is a passable developer, a derivative cartographer, and a GIS refugee. Having cleared a decade as a geospatial professional and founder of Geosprocket LLC, Bill is now mapping renewable energy markets as the Lead Visualization Engineer at Faraday Inc., where he has yet to pay for a software license but is getting nervous…

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