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GeoRabble - Perth #3
Wednesday, July 25, 2012 at 6:00 PM (WST)
Perth, Western Australia
GeoRabble #3 - Perth
Innovative design through information overload
including the "Junk in, Junk out" Rabble Panel
The next Perth GeoRabble is getting geared up for an evening to share geo-ideas, full of fun, and free of sales-pitches. This time in a very special GeoRabble first, we're going to use half the night in an open panel discussion. What are we talking about? The amount of effort versus return? Poor quality data in, can only result in bad decisions? Or silk purses from hogs ears? Perfection in information is a matter of definition as rubbish data can still be perfect for specific situations, depending how it is used and what it is used for.
Help us and the panel put fact before fiction - perhaps!
What is GeoRabble?
GeoRabble is about celebrating the everyday challenges and triumphs of working with location. Everything from the mundane to the glamorous, unfiltered by professional bodies, government and private company agendas and industry politics.
Who is GeoRabble for?
Anyone who has anything to do with GeoTech, GeoDev, GeoBusiness, GeoTrends, GeoFutures, GeoPasts – you name it, as long as you’re passionate and want to share your challenges, triumphs, frustrations and pride in the work that you do.
Date: 25 July, 2012
Time: Doors open 5.30pm, talks from 6.15pm
Trappist on King
Belgian Beer Cafe,
Cnr King & Murray Sts Perth
Perth, Western Australia 6000
Format: A series of short (10 minute) talks, followed by discussion/networking and a discussion/debate panel session
Registration: Attendance is free, but we need you to register!
A big thank you to Amristar for sponsor this event.
Please contact us if you'd like to be a part of sponsoring a future event.
David Brady (Fiction and Fact)
Lance Martin (WA Police Concept Car)
The Small Print follows: GeoRabble Rules
1. Celebrate each others’ triumphs
2. Respect each others’ choice – no technology bigotry
3. No sales pitches – this includes services, software, data etc.
4. No company logos or ‘about us’ slides
5. Keep it short – 10 minutes per talk
We can't hold these events without the help of the greater Geocommunity!
This event brought to you by the Perth GeoRabble team and Amristar
We are a group of geo-obsessed people who want to celebrate the real work done by other geo-obsessed people, unfiltered by professional bodies, government and private company agendas and industry politics.
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