Tag Archives: Technology

The Path to Success

(See below for update) I have an older smartphone that is about due for replacement.  It’s a Samsung Omnia, a Windows Mobile 6.1 phone that I have had for almost 3 years. Before that I had always had a “standard” … Continue reading

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Analyze This, Visualize That ……

And  Why Not “Scenarize”, Simulate, and Virtualize Them, Too? (Part Two of  Data Deluge, Insights Drought) “Over  the next 24 months, executives say they will focus on supplementing standard historical reporting of data with emerging approaches that convert information into … Continue reading

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Montney Part 3

(Part of a joint series combining the power of VISAGE visual analytics software with geoLOGIC’s value-added data live from the gDC) Welcome to the third and final post on the Montney. I decided to do it a bit differently today and show some … Continue reading

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Tell Me Again, Please – What Business Are We In?

  “The railroads collapsed because they thought they were in the railroad business, when really they were in the transportation business. They let others take customers away from them because they assumed themselves to be in the railroad business rather than … Continue reading

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Who’s Dat Baby?

One of the little things that people in our industry need to do is link data from a multitude of disparate sources.  When that data is related to wells the challenge is making sure that the data you have is … Continue reading

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The Ubiquity of Communications Technology

I just got back from a cruise from Ft. Lauderdale to Barcelona.  Because of the cruise, I was unable to attend the AAPG conference last week, and I also missed out on the ESRI PUG that we have people attending … Continue reading

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I’m So Fascinating!

…Did I make you look??? Not to worry this entire blog will not be about me, actually none of it will. But if you saw the title and thought to yourself “that’s a little appalling” but you still had to … Continue reading

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Why So Many Choices???

One of the many conversations I have with our users is around the complexity of learning a new product. While some of these comments are more about resistance to new things some are honestly a reaction to seeing geoSCOUT for … Continue reading

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CES and the New Technology Landscape

Every year, in January, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is held in Las Vegas. For 3 days the shining city in the desert hosts the companies who make technology attractive to the masses. Over the years the show has morphed … Continue reading

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I made you a mix tape. It has ten thousand songs that remind me of you.

On October 23rd 2010, Sony made an announcement that truly surprised me. After thirty years, they have decided to halt the manufacturing and distribution of: The Cassette Walkman. The remaining units had been shipped retailers in April. Once sold, that’s … Continue reading

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