Today, November 16th, is 'GIS Day'! Happy GIS Day! This means we're in the middle of the Geography Awareness Week.
From the GIS Day website: "From Aruba to Thailand, from Hong Kong to Pakistan, GIS Day events are scheduled to be held in 48 U.S. states and 66 countries around the world. Find an event near you."
From the GAW website: "This year’s Geography Awareness Week theme promotes the idea that the geographic perspective is an important way to understand every community—no matter what size, or how long or briefly one has been a part of it."
To my surprise, I haven't found much this year on the geoblogs about GIS Day. Maybe it's because they are mostly targeting kids? I'd say geography and geospatial concerns us all as citizens and human beings.