Monthly Archives: January 2013

OpenStreetMap in Toronto

Community Building (Quite Literally): Meet the Faces Behind OpenStreetMap at Mappy Hour

DREAM COME TRUE: I am starting 2013 at a new job where I get to reignite my geo-nerdery by indulging in mapmaking. I am in the midst of developing a series of interactive maps for various projects, assignments which required researching a number of online mapping applications and plug-ins. One of the main issues that […]

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Gingerbread Granola

I don’t know about you, but I find myself still craving gingerbread-flavoured things long after Christmas has finished.  While I’m an odd person in that I’ll gladly listen to Christmas carols in June, and have no qualms about drinking apple cider in the summer (it’s a comforting drink, what can I say?) – gingerbread and […]

What’s In Season: January

Every time I gather my little water colour set and do a little research about what fruits and vegetables are in season for each month, I find myself getting surprised every time by either learning about some new vegetable or fruit, or learning that something I though was in season in, say, June, is actually […]