Where Winner #1: Akkana Peck
ROSE Blog: Rikki's Open Source Exchange
And way to be an overachiever, Akkana! Check out these beautiful submissions:
I'd so love a ticket to WHERE
'Cause of all the great mapping talks there
See, at Where 2.0
There is so much to know
Everyone has great info to share!
Where's the conference?
Here, there, everywhere -- it's you!
(It's in San Jose)
Do you know the way?
Where is San Jose? she asks
Been away so long
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