Fascinating (and very useful) infographic from the folks at CheapFlights.co.uk: How many have you tried, and what’s your favourite?
This week I’ll be pretty busy with both ongoing work for my favourite customer in New York, and also travelling to, and presenting at, a series of user groups around Europe. Here’s my schedule: Engage (formerly BLUG), Breda, Netherlands – Monday/Tuesday Social Sharing vs. Organized Structure (with Femke Goedhart), Tuesday, 1015-11:00 This Week in Lotus, Tuesday, 12:30-13:30 […]
Great piece by Rene Ritchie of iMore.com: The minute Apple launches one hotly rumored device, be it the iPad Air or Retina iPad mini, a new rumored device races up to take its place in the mill. Enter a 13-inch “iPad Pro” – a concept that leapt to every geek’s mind the moment they heard […]
Apologies for the radio silence, but I’ve been traveling with the family the past two weeks: 2,300 miles, beautiful apartments rented through AirBnB (get their app – it’s fantastic), last minute hotels rented when emergency called (this one in the Alsace was a beaut), and four kids that now have a bit more understanding of […]
These tips from Chris Brogan came a little late for my trip to the US last week, but may help you… I travel every few days. On the day this posts, I’ll be flying to Chicago. A few days later, off to the west coast. Then, Chicago again. Then home. Then, Latvia. Yes, I fly […]
UKLUG 2011 is just days away, and the build-up is well underway. I travel up to the event in Manchester with Darren and Lisa of STS on Sunday, before meeting with many of the other speakers on Sunday evening. It then kicks off for real on Monday with an action-packed schedule – there are some […]
As part of a whistlestop tour that takes in UKLUG, a customer conference in Florida and visiting a favourite customer in Minnesota, I’ll be in Chicago for 3 days at the end of May . Currently I have a window in my schedule for Friday May 27th during the afternoon and evening and during the […]
I was up early on Wednesday, leaving my little roadside motel behind after an inexpensive breakfast at the neighbouring services, and onto the autobahn heading South toward Munich. Whilst the most direct route toward my final destination (Sofia, Bulgaria) was via Passau, and Linz, I had always held a desire to explore Austria, especially […]
Francie’s travel curse is well-documented – wherever she goes, some unimaginable event occurs which causes delays, rerouting and changes of plans – especially if Lotusphere is involved!