Tag Archives for travel

The Traveler’s Technology Toolbox

Written by: Jake Quartuccio Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

The Traveler’s Technology Toolbox When I traveled to Japan, Project Fi connected me to the internet, Google Maps told me where to go, Google Translate filled in the gaps of my Japanese. Not only did tech change the way I traveled, it changed the digital landscape as I traveled. Technology Makes it Easier to Travel […]

Why I Ride

Written by: Clay Calvert Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

This was my 4th year participating in the MS Bike Ride from Richmond to Williamsburg. I ride to support a former colleague’s husband, Bruce, as a part of Team BRUCE (Bikers Ride Until a Cure Exists). In addition, my sister-in-law, Susan, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 2006.  I ride to support her as well.  […]

ExchangesConnect Video Contest: Community Voting and Judging Periods

Written by: Daniel Nguyen Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

The submission period for the 2nd Annual ExchangesConnect Video Contest is now over. The contest features over 160 videos from contestants from all around the world sharing ideas about making their community a better place, and in the process contributing to a healthier, safer, cleaner, and more peaceful world for all of us.  Seeing all […]

The 2nd Annual ExchangesCONNECT Video Contest

Written by: Daniel Nguyen Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

Change Your Climate, Change Our World. What do you do to make your community a better place? Enter the U.S. Department of State’s 2nd Annual ExchangesCONNECT Video Contest! Enter for a chance to win an international exchange program! Small changes in your local community can make a big difference in our world. Your “climate” is […]

Change Management Liveblogged and Distilled

Written by: Derek Yale Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

Rather then opting for an event or notes based liveblog style which is more apt for conferences or barcamps, I am going to go for a more educational, informative and experiential liveblog format that is more conducive to the formal training setting.  Basically, I am going to distill the high volume of the material I […]

Traveling Around Argentina and Chile

Written by: Jorge "El Che" Vasquez Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

For the past few weeks, I have been traveling around two of the most beautiful and dearest countries to me; Argentina (Buenos Aires, El Chaltern) and Chile (Santiago, Vina del Mar). Both countries have great food, great places to visit, but most of all; great people. Along the way I have met some wonderful individuals, […]

Denver, Colorado, USA 09012007

Written by: Jorge "El Che" Vasquez Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

I traveled to Denver, Colorado for the wedding of one of my friends (Ali). Even though he is my boss, I consider him more of a friend than my boss. I am happy for Ali and Kat and wish them the best in their new chapter of their lives. The wedding was held in the […]

SharePoint Conference 2008 – Seattle

Written by: Jorge "El Che" Vasquez Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

Seattle is one of those cities that I wanted to visit for the longest time, since I grew up during the “Grundge” era. In addition, I am a SharePoint kind of guy and the combination of both made it a great trip. Seattle reminded me a lot to Denver, Colorado, however, a bit bigger and […]

Berlin, Germany 02142007

Written by: Jorge "El Che" Vasquez Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

I had to travel to Berlin due to a SharePoint Conference and I can truly tell you that I enjoyed the city and its people. As I arrived to Berlin, I noticed snow and was surprised about how beautiful Berlin looked from above. Moreover, I was extremely glad that most of the people speak english […]