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September 25, 2006

I speak at Google

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Google has a regular series of Tech Talks, where people from all branches of science and technology talk about their fields of interest. I was today's speaker, talking about a subject that's long fascinated me... the endless path of innovation that's taken place in the areas of mapping and geodesy. If you're a Google employee visiting my blog for the first time, Welcome!. Here's a link to some selected readings if you're interested in learning more about the people I profiled today. If you want the PowerPoint of my talk (Warning! It's a big-ass 37 MB file, and I doubt it makes much sense on it's own without my accompanying speech) you can download it by right-clicking or Ctrl-clicking on this link and saving the file to your local machine.

Google says they will have the video of my talk online in a few days.

Posted by Chris Spurgeon at September 25, 2006 02:58 PM