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Good Afternoon,

I just read about this site a few moments agon and I think this is what I have been looking for a long time. I run a cartographic design studio in Amsterdam, trying to make some nice looking maps for all kinds of purposes. We make maps for public transport, tourism and long distance cycleroutes throughout Europe. We are working with eight people and we all try to do something special within the field of cartography. Some of us maken animated maps (sound on!), others make very nice rastermaps with hillshaded patterns. As long as we can use maps to express ourselves, it is good.
We are now working on GIS to see what it all could bring to us. I hope to hear more form you all,

Paul Benjaminse


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Hello Paul, and welcome to Cartotalk! It's nice to see you here.
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Hi Paul, Welcome! I like your site A LOT - what fun.

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Welcome to the forum Paul. I like your website. It took me a minute to figure the navigation, but I appreciate the unique approach. It's interesting. Erin.



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Welcome Paul.
I loved your site. Like Erin I also had a little trouble navigating probably because of the Dutch language. (which incidently as one comedian once put it, sounds as if you guys are talking underwater) :D
Very cool indeed, very nice maps too!
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(which incidently as one comedian once put it, sounds as if you guys are talking underwater)


If this climate change keeps going, we soon will be... :P
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Welcome Paul,

That is a very slick site, love the museum approach. Now if only I understood any of it...Maybe it's time for me to learn another language.
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Welkom. gaaf site. ik hou van kaarten!

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I am from India looking for freelance work. Do let me know, if you have something.

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Good Afternoon,

I just read about this site a few moments agon and I think this is what I have been looking for a long time. I run a cartographic design studio in Amsterdam, trying to make some nice looking maps for all kinds of purposes. We make maps for public transport, tourism and long distance cycleroutes throughout Europe. We are working with eight people and we all try to do something special within the field of cartography. Some of us maken animated maps (sound on!), others make very nice rastermaps with hillshaded patterns. As long as we can use maps to express ourselves, it is good.
We are now working on GIS to see what it all could bring to us. I hope to hear more form you all,

Paul Benjaminse

<a href="http://
www.cartostudio.nl
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www.cartostudio.nl
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