A few quick mentions

This week, we are at the AAPG annual convention in Houston. It’s nice to leave behind a lingering winter, if only for a few days. So, in between the hoards of visitors here at the booth, I’ve found some time to post an article. If you are down in Houston and at the show, there’s still a few minutes to come by our booth. I’ll briefly mention a few things.

Guest Bloggers

We are always looking for guest bloggers. If you’re interested in posting an article, let us know – we can make it happen.

geoSCOUT 7.10

Tomorrow is the scheduled release day of the newest version of geoSCOUT. We are staging deployment over several weeks but at any time, if you need the upgrade, we will be happy to send the upgrade link. Amongst the new features and overhauls to the database engine, the new function which should keep Stephen and I busy is the Report Data Discrepency option.

Spaghetti Western

It’s Back! After a two year hiatus, we are again having our kickass Stampede party. The venue and menu are different but we’ll save those details for future tweets and blog posts as the big day approaches.

Moon Rock on Display at 2011 AAPG Convention, Courtesy of Lia Ward

About James Brownbill

I've been with geoLOGIC since 1998 and in my current role as Manager of the Data group since 2005. Blogging is new thing for me and I will either succeed in making stories of Oil and Gas data interesting or I wont.
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