Spent the day at ITEC in Seattle. I saw a couple people there, one from Seattle Wireless. It was dead slow, it seemed like there were more exhibitors than antendees, and many of the antendees I saw were actually my vendors there just for networking. Kind of a waste of time, but Mark and I gave a presentation on the IT industry and on staying up to date by working on projects, joining user groups, attending classes, etc. Maybe we’ll get a couple customers from it, but the presentation had probably as many people in it as had stopped by the booth all day, so it was better than expected. My random public speaking is getting better, certainly teaching classes has helped that, since it might as well have been a class. Except that I was talking about what I thought, more than how I’ve seen things work. I guess they’re pretty close.
I’m sitting here drinking a beer trying to decide if I should goto hack night. Eric said nobody’s really showing, and since “nobody really showed” last time either, I think my tiredness and continuing cold is going to aim me towards the couch and a movie instead. Come by ITEC tomorrow and make things interesting.