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Up in Stamford

As with Steve and James (right?), I’m up in Stamford, CT for IBM’s annual software group analyst summit. Thanks to Ervin J’s comment about the PrimeTime shuttle, the ride back to the airport will be hella cheaper than the ride out here from LGA. I stupidly took a cab instead of renting a car, but at least with the $53 shuttle it’ll still be cheaper than either a cab or a car.


Express RedBook

On the flight up I finished reading the copy of the IBM Software Express Buying and Selling Guide I picked up at the IBM SMB event last month. I know what you’re thinking: thrilling reading, Coté.

Actually, as you might suspect, I found it useful. A 170 overview of all of the Express offerings is quite nice. And, to be frank, reading it made me wish other vendors put out books like the RedBooks. I’ll have to check out more of them.

Early Christmas

Along with the RedBook, I had this nice distraction:

New iPod and it's plea

Thankfully, it arrived in the nick of time just before I had to leave for the my flight.

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  1. you going to get into the City at all? if so, let me know, maybe we can grab a drink?

  2. I don't think I'll make it to the city, tragically. But, I really appreciate the offer. Next time I'm in NYC I'll try to carve out some time for a drink, which is always easy enough 😉