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O’Reilly’s Where 2.0 conference has just wrapped up. I’ve been to my share of conferences lately but Brady Forrest and company really outdid themselves with this one. The entire experience was solid at every level of detail, from the big (interesting and relevant keynotes and sessions) to the small (food and drinks that actually didn’t suck).

I had the pleasure of giving a talk at Where 2.0 this year, entitled “Bringing Geo Home To Roost”. My presentation explored various ways that we might take geolocal services beyond their early-adopter status and make them broadly appealing to the mainstream masses. Fortunately, BlockChalk serves as an interesting reference here. Convenient, eh?

Here are the slides from my presentation, modified to make them more understandable without the benefit of my soothing voice:

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