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Erin McCormick is now
the official new President of The Florida Region of ASPRS
Erin McCormick has spent the last 20 years working in the environmental and geographic sciences here in Florida. His experience covers GIS, Geology, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing working with aerial imagery/lidar, UAS, mobile mapping, GPS data collection, surveying and asset management. As President of the Florida Chapter of ASPRS he is committed…

AWS CodePipeline now supports AWS Device Farm as a test provider to deliver truly automated testing in your continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline. In a previous blog post “Build a CI/CD Pipeline for Your Android App with AWS Services,” Vinay Selvaraj walked you through building a complete CI/CD pipeline using AWS CodeCommit, AWS […]

Amazon RDS Performance Insights , an advanced database performance monitoring feature that makes it easy to diagnose and solve performance challenges on Amazon RDS databases, is now generally available on Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL , for PostgreSQL major version 10. It offers a free tier with 7 days of data retention and a paid long-term data retention option
Amazon RDS Performance Insights allows non-experts to detect…

With so many people getting wisdom teeth taken out, you might wonder why we have them at all. Get a closer look at the curiosities behind wisdom teeth.

We’re excited to announce that Amazon Comprehend now provides a Syntax API. This enables you to tokenize text (for example, to extract word boundaries) and the corresponding part of speech (PoS) for each word. Today, Amazon Comprehend enables analysis use cases like such as knowing whether a customer comment is negative or positive, and identifying […]

ABOUT TONY CAVELL
​J. Anthony (Tony) Cavell is the Resident Surveyor, Researcher at the Louisiana State University Center for GeoInformatics & La. Spatial Reference Center. Since 2005 he has been intimately involved in the development of GULFnet, the center’s network of 120 CORS (Trimble Net R9s) surrounding the state and C4Gnet its RTN Trimble Pivot Platform subscription service and strives to increase the utility of LSU…

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While garbage disposals get rid of food, there are certain things that shouldn’t be sent down there
Never put grease or oil down the garbage disposal. If you have ever left any sort of oil or grease sit for a period of time, you’ll notice it solidifies. This would begin to clog the drain of the disposal.
Pasta, potatoes or rice. Same thing with the grease. Starchy foods like this can…

Did you know that the sun is responsible for most of our skin’s visible aging, like fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, and skin elasticity? The good news is that it’s readily manageable with the right protection!

The “mid-century modern” image of a wife like Harriett Nelson toiling away in the kitchen while her husband, Ozzie, sits in his easy chair and scans the afternoon newspaper or doles out Socratic wisdom to sons David and Ricky is a black and white relic found only on the Retro Television Network. These days, Ozzie would most likely be enjoying the company of his lovely wife while helping prepare his favorite gourmet dish. The boys would most likely be on their mobile devices…

My first look at the new TSC7 data collector. Stay tuned for a review of the new collector. We will be connecting it to the R10, SX10, and S7 to see how it r...

A manufacturer and exporter of wind turbines based in the People’s Republic of China was sentenced today for stealing trade secrets from AMSC, a U.S.-based company formerly known as American Superconductor Inc., announced Acting Assistant Attorney General John P. Cronan of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Scott C. Blader for the Western District of Wisconsin.

Today, Mexican authorities extradited Sinaloa Cartel leader Damaso Lopez Nuñez, also known as “El Licenciado,” to the United States to face drug trafficking charges filed in the Eastern District of Virginia.

Swimming pools have had a long, colorful history dating back to the sixth century B.C. According to one account , “the most prominent pool history comes from the ancient Greeks and Romans. A major change in the quality of life occurred in these times as individual wealth increased and, with this increase in the standard of living, came luxuries like pools.”
The home pool remains a…