What do the 5 monkeys have in common with the US Virgin Islands but not Samoa?

Jim - ideas, observations and handy shortcuts

Jim has been a member of the .id team since early 2010, following 10 years as a Director in local government and prior to that, many years at IBM. Jim is also a former .id client and recognised the value of .id’s tools in council decision making. He decided to join .id to help spread the word! He manages .id’s local government clients in Queensland and South Australia, helping them to use .id’s tools for informed strategy and policy decisions. Outside work, Jim enjoys learning Spanish, travel (especially to Spanish speaking locales) and collects the odd car or two…

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4 Responses

  1. Colin Mackay says:

    Defining statistical areas according to post codes and lga s. When most of the pressing environmental/ecological problems are approached within catchment/sub-catchment regions. Take fro example Woori Yallock sub catchment region, a project I’m working on, where demographic data will be need to be reconstituted to fit the ecologic, economic and cultural boundaries…

  2. Peter Silva says:

    The biggest example in Australia I can think of is State Governments. We call ourselves a “nation” but continue to live with out-dated Colonial divisions which are no longer necessary with modern communications and transport.

  3. Philip Clayton says:

    Actually, purchased from the Danes, not the Dutch.

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