Thursday, December 13, 2012

Linkedin and Events

It's been a long time since I've offered a housekeeping post on this blog. Today, I need to offer two such items.

First, I want to point out that there is a Linkedin community associated with this blog. For those interested in participating in discussions about items offered here, that's the place to do it.  Additionally, members of the Linkedin community occasionally post links to articles that are in addition to the stories you will find here. For anyone looking for something to read today, I'd suggest stopping by and checking out an article recommended by Ron Wencl, the U.S. Geological Survey Liaison to Minnesota.  It's called: Dueling Degrees: Emergency Management vs. Homeland Security.  You can find it at the link below. And while you are there, please consider joining this Linkedin group of dedicated individuals who believe geospatial and related technologies have much to offer the Emergency Services Sector. 

Second, effective today, I will no longer be posting information concerning events, meetings, webinars and the like on the main page of this blog. Instead, there is now a dedicated page for that type of information. You can access it by using the "Events" tab at the top of this page. Hopefully, this approach will provide the level of detail needed without needlessly using up front page posting space.

All for today, back at it tomorrow.

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