Monthly Archives: September 2010

Fire Data, September 7, 9:00 PM

Although there are more data points on the heat map, none of the information is newer than 6 hours. Here’s the latest screen shot: Advertisements

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Fire Data, September 7, Afternoon

Here is the latest image from the Forest Service data loaded into Google Earth, screenshotted at 3:40 PM, September 27. You can see that the main difference is a new hot spot to the south of the second cluster, approaching … Continue reading

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Fire Data, September 7

I’ll preface by saying I am not an expert at reading satellite data, but I will do my best and hope to be corrected in the comments. Here is the latest image from the Forest Service data loaded into Google … Continue reading

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Quest for Fire Data

With two houses in my family threatened by the Fourmile Fire west of Boulder, I am hungry for information on how their houses are. The TV and print news sites are frustratingly slow, and the best information I found (so … Continue reading

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Modernizing a Web Site

A client wanted me to take their existing web site and add a content-management system (CMS) and a members-only area. The site was made with Dreamweaver templates, which helped enforce some consistency. Unfortunately, the navigation was different on every single … Continue reading

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