The conference keynote: should geospatial conference organizers spend time that might be more valuably used for a single speaker to address all of the attendees? If they chose to have one or more keynote speakers, who should they chose? What make a good keynote presenter and presentation? How do organizers find them?
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Image: DNI Clapper was one of many keynoters at the GEOINT 2013* Symposium last week. Courtesy USGIF.
Schedule | State of the Map US 2014
AAG Program (Large PDF)
Keith Masback, CEO of USGIF, Talks 2013* GEOINT Symposium, "Operationalizing Intelligence for Global Missions" - WashingtonExec
The Age of Context
Tim O’Reilly, Web 2.0 and Geospatial - All Points Blog
Microsoft seems to be finally making waves in geo: Bing Maps Favelas; Azure Search; Power BI Visualization. Does all this point to a renewed focus on geospatial for consumer and enterprise?