February 2011 Blog Posts (6)

New "Land Surveyors" Theme for Google Chrome Browsers

Are you using Google Chrome browser yet?  If not, you should be-especially if you have been using Internet Explorer browser which is being phased out of development.  If so, I have a gift for you today.  Behold I give you the first ever Google Chrome Browser theme for Land Surveyors.   


"Land Surveyor Theme" for Google Chrome

Made from a combination of traditional surveying related colors and…

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Submitted by Jaybird on February 27, 2011 at 6:48pm — 1 Comment

Why Won't State Boards Help Their Surveyors?

As the dedicated administrator of this site, I get a LOT of emails from surveyors who are desperately in need of solutions to problems which are MUCH larger than how to fix a piece of equipment.  Surveyors are having serious life problems related to their relationships with a state board and are…

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Submitted by Jaybird on February 12, 2011 at 7:22pm — 4 Comments

Iphone App: Surveyors Leveling Tool


Surveyors Leveling Tool for Iphone

Surveyors Leveling Tool for iphone

If you happen to be one of those tech-savvy surveyors out there who head into the field armed with an iphone, I have new app to tell you about.  We've touched on  the near future release of a …

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Submitted by Jaybird on February 10, 2011 at 8:00pm — 2 Comments

What is Happening to our Profession?

Hello everyone! I pose this question to you... What is happening to our profession? Yesterday, I was riding to a project site making conversation with one of my younger co-workers, and I asked him if he enjoyed surveying. The response I got made me physically ill. He quickly responded by saying, "No, I hate it. Surveying is a dead-end job." I was stunned! So I asked him why he felt that way. He proceeded to tell me that when he started working in the surveying field, he wanted to learn any…

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Submitted by Charles W Browning Jr on February 4, 2011 at 9:59pm — Comment On This...

What you should know when purchasing real property

Often a Title Insurance firm will make an offer to the concerned parties to hire a Land Surveyor to produce a Land Survey for their real estate transaction.


The agreements between the Title Insurance firm and the Land Surveyor often are made with the understanding that the Land Surveyor will continue to get work orders from the Title Insurance firm if they will not be paid for the Land Survey if the…

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Submitted by Deward Karl Bowles on February 2, 2011 at 10:00pm — 1 Comment

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