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Hello Nacites,

Registration is now open for the NACIS 2014 Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA!

https://nacis.org/ev...l-meeting-2014/

Come join us October 8–11 for an exciting schedule of presentations, workshops, field trips and more. Our theme this year is Cartography and Time. Here are just some of the highlights:

  • Practical Cartography Day
  • Geographic Data Collections Day
  • Opening Speaker Martin Aurand of Carnegie Mellon University
  • “Rendering the Past”
  • “Adventures in Online Mapping Education”
  • “Treating Time in Atlases”
  • “Typophiles Retreat”
  • Keynote Speaker Anne Knowles of Middlebury College
  • Wigle Whiskey Tour

Find the full schedule at http://nacis2014.sched.org/.

See yinz in Pittsburgh,

Alex Tait and Amy Griffin
2014 Program Co-Chairs


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Awesome!

 

I've never been to Pittsburgh, PA but found this historic image of the city, which makes it look quite nice.  It will be interesting to see if anything has changed much. :lol:

 

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Maybe fewer smokestacks? :)


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