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
As the world wakes up to the power of data, we need to start working out how to join up all this information. We need to turn it into meaningful findings that will help us to make changes to the way we live. A new technique is emerging as part of this quest – the data mashup. This approach to linking data could help us shed light on phenomena such as the health impacts of climate change....