Three years ago, I ceased my tracking of Florida karst sinkholes and the associated creation of sinkhole maps, because I found that my maps had been illegally posted on several Russian websites, regardless of the fact that I had copyright notices on the maps as well as the webpages that they were hosted from. I have now updated some imagery software that allows me to host the maps as full-size again. Thus, you will finding my full map selection here again as soon as I get the new format set across all of my maps. The first maps that will in this new format will be my Florida Karst Sinkholes Counties webpages
I have created this website as a method to share the genealogical research that I have performed on the family lineage, various hobbies and interests that I have, and to have a sort of online yard sale, using my PayPal account.
I also use this website as a canvas for my GIS and GPS skills, in order to keep them current. If something seems like a good reason to make a map, then I will examine all of my GIS data resources and make a map of it!
I created a new set of webpages on another of my websites, https://www.HistoryThroughPhotos.com for the sale of high-resolution scans of vintage topical postcards, from prior to 1923, thus being in the public domain. The most interesting early-1900 postcard scans currently available online are Vintage Halloween themed postcards.
My Android cellphone, tablets and accessories webpages received a major facelift this weekend. Stop by and see what my Android experiences have been, including what I have found to be my favorite Android Smartphones since 2010.
I just finished making a map of Belize, depicting The Great Blue Hole of Belize. This is the first page of three pages about it.
This past weekend, we went on a hike in Franconia, New Hampshire. We spent the afternoon hiking Coppermine Trail, to Bridal Veil Falls. Many photos were taken, some of the more interesting ones have been uploaded to a set of webpages at Hiking Coppermine Trail to Bridal Veil Falls. I used a image format that allows viewers to zoom and pan within the photos on these webpages. I hope everyone enjoys them.
And, I have started to invest more time into my earthquake map webpages, inspired after hearing about the earthquake that occurred on 2020-06-23, whose epicenter was located in the Oaxaca Mexican State region. I created a zoomable map that allows the viewer to zoom into the map to see more detail. This is the link to this Map of Mexico showing the earthquakes that have occurred over the previous 30 days.
In March 2020, I finally bit the bullet and purchased a 3D printer, model CZ-300, to be exact. I have started a webpage about it at the link in this paragraph. Right from the beginning, I encountered problems with assembly and setting it up for printing. The instructions provided with the unit leave LOTS to be desired. I will be expanding on this subject, to hopefully help others avoid the same issues that I have encountered. If you cannot wait for me to write something, then go ahead and email me.