Blogging from Varnex this week.
Published 20080421 by Olivier Blanchard | E-mail this post
Welcome to travel week #37. I'm actually in the office today and tomorrow, but getting everything ready for Varnex 2008 v.1
in San Antonio, TX... which is kind of why the blogging has been a little bit light lately. (Sorry, being all corporate and whatnot, making sure my unit hits its numbers and all that.)
I plan to blog from Varnex
both here on the BrandBuilder and the Microsoft Sherpa blog
, so stay tuned. (Expect at least one blog post here to be about my air travel adventures - as usual.)
And to help things along, I've added a little tool to my travel kit:
As much as I love my Canon SLR's with their GIANT 2.8 lenses, they're kind of a drag to carry around on business trips, what with the extra bag and whatnot. The G9 is pretty tight for several reasons: 1) 12.1 megapixels. 2) It shoots jpg and RAW. 3) f2.8 lens. (Oh yeah.) 4) Full manual mode, exactly like a pro-level SLR: Manual control of the shutter speed and ISO. 5) Even with all that, it still fits in your pocket.
If I have time later today, I will tell you all about my triple-sorry experience with circuit City this weekend. It was so bad, I almost feel bad for them. (If anything, almost everyone there was at least friendly, but man, do they need process improvements.) Stay tuned.
Labels: air travel, canon, circuit city, photography, san antonio, SYNNEX, varnex