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Rosy Schechter is a human being who has been fortunate to channel her love of learning and desire to improve the world into a tapestried professional practice. This path has most recently led her to lead Amateur Radio Digital Communications (ARDC), a private foundation that both provides free IP address space to the international amateur … Continue reading Rosy Schechter to GeoHipster: “Be kind to yourself.”
The 2022 GeoHipster Calendar is now available for order!
Is it true that 2021 was almost as unpredictable as 2020? We don’t know the answer to that, but we do feel like our 2021 calendar was our best yet. We also know some of you are back in the office and need wall candy…and those of you who are still working from home love … Continue reading Call for Maps: 2022 GeoHipster Calendar
Q: Tell us about yourself. A: I am a GIS lead at the State of Michigan’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE), where I wear many hats including web GIS administrator, open maps and data wrangler, geospatial educator, and project consultant. When I’m not wearing those hats, you can find me in the … Continue reading Maps and mappers of the 2021 calendar: Kate Berg, September