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Presentations at meetings

  • 17 Aug 2009 8:49 AM
    Message # 207878
    Anonymous
    The spring 2009 session sounded like it had some great presentations.  Is there a way to publish links to those presentations for members who were unable to attend the meeting?...By the way, the website is excellent ...great job Alma!!!  
  • 17 Aug 2009 9:16 AM
    Reply # 207881 on 207878
    Stephen Thomas wrote:The spring 2009 session sounded like it had some great presentations.  Is there a way to publish links to those presentations for members who were unable to attend the meeting?...By the way, the website is excellent ...great job Alma!!!  


    Stephen,
    We are currently in the process of uploading the past presentations to the APSG website and it should be up soon.

    Regards,

    Alma A
  • 20 Aug 2009 10:46 AM
    Reply # 209328 on 207878

    Alma,

    Will the new site support interactive viewing of PowerPoints?  Most of the past presentations were PPT with animation and effects.  A lot was lost in publishiung them as Adobe PDF files.

    John Conner

  • 20 Aug 2009 3:50 PM
    Reply # 209455 on 209328
    John Conner wrote:

    Alma,

    Will the new site support interactive viewing of PowerPoints?  Most of the past presentations were PPT with animation and effects.  A lot was lost in publishiung them as Adobe PDF files.

    John Conner

    Thank you for the note John.  Good to hear from one of our Sponsors.  We are still building this site and welcome constructive suggestions like this one.  We do not know the answer without research, and the to do list is getting long not shorter.  However, the new site has been the catalyst for a paid up membership of 100, so we are motivated to provide quality goods and services through the website.  Signed , Volunteer
  • 20 Aug 2009 5:07 PM
    Reply # 209492 on 209328
    John Conner wrote:

    Alma,

    Will the new site support interactive viewing of PowerPoints?  Most of the past presentations were PPT with animation and effects.  A lot was lost in publishiung them as Adobe PDF files.

    John Conner


    I will try and look into that for you.

    Regards,

    Alma A
  • 25 Sep 2011 12:37 AM
    Reply # 707742 on 207878
    Anonymous
    Hi, I'm Petroleum GIS mgr. at Openware, which is ESRI(Kuwait) in all but name. Your fall meeting has excellent materials. May I roll them up into a state-of-geomatics, with due acknowledgement, to present to my firm, its parent company and petroleum clients? Kuwait is rather removed from meetings and information, IQPC being a singular exception. Your assent will be very much appreciated. I can send the body of my proposal and a copy of the presentation when ready, if that helps ASPG give its approval. Cheers, Andrew Zolnai 
    Last modified: 25 Sep 2011 12:41 AM | Anonymous
  • 26 Sep 2011 8:47 AM
    Reply # 708635 on 707742
    Andrew Zolnai wrote:Hi, I'm Petroleum GIS mgr. at Openware, which is ESRI(Kuwait) in all but name. Your fall meeting has excellent materials. May I roll them up into a state-of-geomatics, with due acknowledgement, to present to my firm, its parent company and petroleum clients? Kuwait is rather removed from meetings and information, IQPC being a singular exception. Your assent will be very much appreciated. I can send the body of my proposal and a copy of the presentation when ready, if that helps ASPG give its approval. Cheers, Andrew Zolnai 


    Andrew,
    I've sent this over to the executive committee. They should be in contact with you.

    Regards,

    Alma Ayala
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