Join us in the ‘rabblin fray to ponder, muse & debate all things spatial (and maybe even meander into the not-so-spatial!). Continue reading
Starting us off for the night was Tracy Jin Cui, with a fast-moving slide deck (47 slides!) on spatial in China; and one thing was astonishingly clear -not only is the spatial industry growing – it’s booming; and is now worth about 42 billion (US) dollars. Demand for location products and services continues to grow … Continue reading
Around 170 people were a part of Perth’s biggest rabbling ever, with MC John Bryant leading the evening. The event was held at Crown Burswood as a part of the WALIS Forum. Thanks to our sponsors SIBA (Spatial Industries Business Association) and WALIS Forum for having us there. Brett Madsen was the first speaker, and it was … Continue reading
Leaving yesteryear to the yesteryears, this byte of GeoRabble was synced with the worldwide event that was Big Data Week – a “global community and festival of data”. Yes, the puns were international(ly bad)! The MC of the night, Nicholas Flett kicked off the sold-out event by introducing us to Ian McCleod, who led us … Continue reading
The speaker list for GeoRabble Sydney #4 has been finalised! In keeping with the GeoRabble tradition – we’re once again presenting a great variety of excellent geo-related topics. We are very proud to present the following awesome lineup: Jack Zhao (Small Multiples) : Are casino operators targeting vulnerable community groups? Gambling problems are more prevalent … Continue reading
GeoRabble #1 arrives in Brisbane on Tuesday April 17 (doors open 5.30pm, talks from 6.30pm). Then grab yourself a free ticket! Hungry for a tasty serve of Brisbane geospatial goodness, free of agendas and sales pitches, amongst your friends and colleagues? Want to find out about some of the great unsung work being done by … Continue reading
Here’s the list of our favourite and not so favourite examples of modern cartography, in no particular order… Map Fails 1. Fox News (US) Fox News in the US lives by the motto “We Report; You Decide”. Well, we have decided your attempt at Middle Eastern geography is a FAIL!