(Published in ESRI blog on June 29, 2011)
Less than a week after the Philadelphia meet up, we were back on the East Coast in Washington, D.C. For some reason the venue thought the meet up was the next day but thanks to Charmel from the D.C. office, they rallied round and started setting up for us.
Just as well - we had a large crowd of hungry and thirsty geonerds turn up for a superb set of speakers.
None other than Bill Dollins opened with his GIS take on the Washington Post's "5 Myths" series. He kept the audience in rapt attention from start to finish as he talked about the place of Desktop, Maps, and The Web in GIS today.