I’m very sad to announce that I’m winding down Redefined Horizons. It isn’t going away completely, but its scope of activities will be a lot smaller and the learning resources will be published much less frequently here. Let me tell you what is going away. You won’t see anymore of the following learning resources here: […]
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We’ve got two new ways you can support our teaching work at Redefined Horizons. The first way is to become a member on our Patreon account. If you become a member of us on Patreon, you make a small monthly donation to fund our work. This also gives you access to resources we release early, […]
We are pleased to announce a new video library featuring training videos for land surveyors! The video library includes playlists on Trimble Business Center, project management using Trello, working with raster imagery in LizardTech GeoViewer. Take a look at our Redefined Horizon Video Page to watch the videos, or check out the Redefined Horizons YouTube […]
This article is also available with graphics as a PDF. Article Series Introduction I’ve written more than once about how important it is for land surveyors to stay current with changes and clarifications in real property law. This is important because these changes impact how they practice land surveying and the advice they give to […]
Redefined Horizons has published the Central California Land Magazine Issue for the first half of September. You can access individual articles or download the PDF of the entire magazine from the Central California Land Magazine web site.
The September (First Half) 2015 Issue of the Corner Stone Boundary Surveying Newsletter has been published. In this issue of the newsletter we examine the danger of practicing law when writing land descriptions and start a new series of articles about surveying the boundary of a Mexican land grant in Central California. You can download […]
The issues of California Supremes On Land And Water for the Second Half of August 2015 and the First Half of September 2015 have been published. The August Second Half issue covers the California Supreme Court decision in the case “CRLS Versus the City of Fresno”. The dispute in this case centered around the destruction of […]
Landon Blake, the owner of Redefined Horizons, has begun volunteer work on Volume 13 of the OSGeo Journal. This volume will be the 2013 Annual Report for the OSGeo. Included in the report will be additional articles Landon is writing on GIS data models and on the SurveyOS KML Toolkit. You can also look forward […]
Landon Blake, the owner of Redefined Horizons, will be giving a talk at the CSUF Geomatics Conference in Clovis, California on Janunary 25and 26. The talk will describe the basics of linear referencing in a GIS.