Bloggers are looking forward to GeoCommunity 4

Well at least the bloggers who are presenting are all looking forward to it.

Peter Batty is getting misty eyed at the thought of returning to the UK and speaking in the Bard’s birthplace. Ed Parsons after flaming us a bit last year for being too introspective (possibly a little harsh but understandable) is coming back for another dose of GeoCommunity because of the GeoWeb stream that Chris Osborne is coordinating. Talking about Chris Osborne, he has a great offer on some of the remaining day tickets for #geomob members. Martin Daly author of the best titled paper of the year offers us a public service announcement Directions mag ran this article by me on the conference. John Fagan at Multimap couldn’t resist giving us a plug as he is on the conference team and the Bing people joined in with this plug for the opportunity to win an XBox at the conference.

If you are coming to GeoCommunity I look forward to drinking a geobeer with you while having a GIScussion with you or even a georant (georants tend to take over after a few geobeers or even geolagavulins). If you haven’t signed up yet, what are you waiting for? Get over to Chris Osborne’s blog, join the #geomob and get a deal on a day pass or two.

4 thoughts on “Bloggers are looking forward to GeoCommunity

  • ThierryG

    Thanks Steven but I think I'm bound by too many NDAs to say anything of interest anymore 😉

    I'll work the bar in private this time but who knows, maybe a talk at AGI2010?

  • Steven

    Unlike Chrisopher who has to work very hard at the conference I will be doing my best to meet every delegate, win the prize for getting bought the most geolagavulins and compile the best video clips of the event.

    Of course if I can photograh a headless chicken running around that will be a big bonus.

    Cheers Thierry, it seems like a long time sinceyou spoke at one of these events. How about a georant on the soapbox?

  • @Osbornec

    Thanks Thierry

    I've put a lot of effort into creating the geoweb stream, and its rewarding to hear that people are already talking about it. We promise to live up to the hype.

    Come and say hello at some point during GeoCommunty, preferably when I'm not running round like a headless chicken.


  • ThierryG

    Really looking forward to the #geomob stream – thanks for facilitating the creation of such a fresh programme. After last year's event I felt a bit ambivalent – it was just too much deja-vu from the usual suspects – but it looks like AGI has really turned a corner. All the best & see you there, Thierry.

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