According to a site I found recently the best days to post to Linkedin are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. "Mondays & Fridays are out" its say. On Mondays, understandably, people are getting ready for the new week ahead. On Fridays people have, the post says "checked out - they’re ready for the weekend!"
Made me think that perhaps Friday is a perfect day for people in the industry to share content and ideas about geospatial. We could call it 'Geospatial Fridays'.
Think about it. During the normal working week most people are into a routine. They live, sleep and work in the same places. They travel the same routes and have a limited need for using maps unless it's work related.
The weekend is a different story however. There's a little more mystery and potential for the unexpected. They might get lost, do something new or meet an interesting stranger and that probably explains the Friday 'buzzy' feeling. They are also probably preparing to do something geographically inclined - such as hiking, gardening, exploring a city or taking in a cultural activity.
I like to think that geospatial is similar to any Friday - right up at the edge of the working week - closer to the future than any of the other business days. Perhaps that's why we should make Friday the day to prepare people for the future as well as for the weekend.