Welcome to MapGeek.tech!
(That’s welcome in Te Reo Māori – one of the three official languages of New Zealand/Aotearoa).
MapGeek.tech is for people who love maps, especially those interested in geospatial tech, and also for all geeks – in tech and other fields. There’s content from both hemispheres of the Earth, especially from Canada and New Zealand. It’s a place you can find posts and information about:
- Excerpts and links to my articles published on GoGeomatics (and hopefully other sites!)
- Cool maps and stories about them
- Posts about my experience changing careers into tech after being self-employed in special education for almost two decades
- General geeky articles
- Knitting and fibre arts photos, articles, and maybe an ArcGIS Story Maps (very geeky – see the quote below)
- On that note – likely lots of random cool quotes
- Cat photos
- I’m a pet mom of three rescue cats – including one who likes to “help” me #wfh on school by taking up half my desk.
- Tutorials on various IT topics – as a way to study and learn while helping others
- Content about Canada and New Zealand.
~ Elizabeth McCready – GingerMapGeek
“Knitting is, at its fundamentals, a binary code featuring top-down design, standardized submodules, and recursive logic that relies on ratios, mathematical principles, and an intuitive grasp of three-dimensional geometry.”~ Kim Salazar on Knit List