Monday, July 03, 2006

Brain Freeze

I took June off.

I found I had emptied my small brain and my posts were simply echoes of others work.

I will however be using this blog to record my experiences here at NECC in San Diego. My wife and I arrived today and we took a long walk from Harbor Island to the Gas Lamp District. We had dinner at the Rock Bottom with a large group of 70 or so Geocachers. We have been planning an event here at NECC that will give attendees an opportunity to learn how to Geocache.

I want to thank Sonny and Sandy Portacio for their work on this project!

Please stop by the Geocaching booth and say hi!


  • "Brain freeze" -- give me a break!! Your brain is constantly going at light speed!

    Have a great time!

    By Blogger Pastor Lance, at 11:11 AM  

  • I agree

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:57 PM  

  • I wish I made it to NECC to see your booth. I have been geocaching for the last year and love it. I have been trying to introduce it to educators at my school board, but I have been balancing many other iniatives.

    FYI - I also started a page on my wiki for geocaching integration ideas for teachers.

    By Blogger, at 11:36 AM  

  • Small world, I grew up in Yakima Washington (and yes I can pronounce Puyallup correctly) and attended NECC in San Diego with my company, LearningChange. What an overwhelming show. I think our booth was a little overshadowed by Apple-land and the other big players. Wish I would have known about the geocaching... definitely something I would have liked to get involved in. Just started reading your blog, good stuff. Best!

    By Anonymous Mike Martin, at 10:36 PM  

  • Hey Glenn!

    It's Gary (YeOleImposter) from the Tri-Cities. I just finished listening to the podcasts from NECC, including your interview, and sounds like you guys did a bang up job!

    Going to have to get together again to find another 100 caches :)


    By Blogger YeOleImposter, at 11:34 PM  

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