Friday, September 29, 2006
We’ve all been to way too many business and/or tech presentations in some stuffy conference room. Yawn.
But the folks at Aztek Technology know how to do it up right.
They hosted a new technology presentation on Thursday September 28th that covered a lot of new and interesting technology. But what set this demonstration apart from others was the location and the after-meeting activities.
Aztek’s Kevin Latchford is a long-time member of the Beaver Creek Club in Amherst so the event was held in the clubhouse on their 500+ acre spread. After the presentation the attendees were taken out to use the extensive shooting facilities at the club. (That's Aztek's Stacie Baske in the photo)
Check it out
Friday, September 15, 2006
Hard to imagine isn't it? Gary Baney, Founder and CEO of Boundless Flight thinks so. Gary is a kindred spirit to the Oracle founder. He works very hard and plays very hard and sees Cleveland as too often accepting comfort and mediocrity.
What do you think?
I did an audio interview with him and it’s the current show at GreatLakesGeek.com. It’s 16 minutes but worth the listen. I’m really interested in feedback from both the native Clevelanders and some of you transplants. Comment here or via the e-mail link on the Baney interview page.
Thursday, September 07, 2006
I posted some details and pics from the Guy Kawasaki keynote address last night on
the Great Lakes Geek site
Chairs were set up on the stage of the State Theater so now I (and a bunch of other folks) can claim to have appeared on stage at the State.