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Where Conference

2.0 is rather passé in tech circles these days, so it now the O’Reilly’s Where Conference! The annual meeting of the Geo tribes, this year takes place in downtown San Francisco in early April. This is, despite the competition, the main conference to attend and along with it’s unofficial Wherecamp sister (this years date and […]

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A smartphone without location is just not smart !

Last week location tracking almost hit the mainstream following Pete Walden’s presentation at the Where 2.0 conference, organised by O’Reilly who where also key in promoting the story.. Both Gary at and Peter at offer a more nuanced and thoughtful commentary than  the near hysterical reactions of the blogosphere and tech press. At worst […]

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Where 2.0 Online Conference

Here’s an interesting idea, the first Where 2.0 Online Conference organised by O’Reilly – a online mini where 2.0 with a focus on LBS and AR developments on the iPhone. This could be the future of conferences, after all for many the trek to the West Coast is both time consuming and expensive and something you […]

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Semantics and the GeoWeb

I went along to a very interesting and well delivered presentation in front of it must be said a rather disappointing audience at the British Computer Society in London yesterday evening. “Make Mashups Correct, Complete, Relevant and Revisited” was a presentation originally given by Jonathan Lowe of Giswebsite LLP at Where 2.0, and as Jonathan […]

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Camping Geowanking style

From Wherecamp 2008 This weekend the geowankers camped out at the Googleplex for the second Wherecamp. What has become an annual event the weekend after Where 2.0, Wherecamp is an unconference, a self organised event which starts without an agenda, and features talks, hacking sessions and debates suggested by the people who turn up. As […]