Last Thursday and Friday, I was down at Intel’s Folsom, California campus for the first “face to face” meeting of those of us who write on the IT@Intel blog on blogs.intel.com. We were meeting so that we could get to know each other better, and to go over the goals and process of the blog, what we want to get out of it, etc. This is a bunch of extremely smart people, and I’m lucky to work with them. I’m looking forward to seeing the IT@Intel blog rock even more in 2007! 🙂
You can see the rest of the photos I snapped in this photoset on Flickr. I got everyone’s permission to post these, and we were meeting in the IT Innovation Center in FM7 (of which I have a ton of photos, coming soon). Yes, that’s my Asus R2H UMPC on the table there. It was the only PC it took with me on the overnight trip, and it performed wonderfully. Now I need to get a smaller bag so I can take advantage of the fact that I’m carrying around a much smaller than usual computer (I’m working on that more to come soon!).
Here’s my favorite photo of the set – the inimitable Jeff Moriarty, who is known for his rapier wit and side-splittingly funny posts on the internal Intel blogs. It was great to meet you, Jeff! Looking forward to working with you on the stuff we talked about.