“Here, put these in your pocketbook.”
“It’s an iPad case!”
It really is an iPad case. Maybe a generic tablet case, but certainly not a pocketbook. Not a man-bag, and I didn’t buy it to make a fashion statement.
On days when I won’t be using my laptop, like last Thursday when I was attending WorkSmart, I don’t feel like carrying my backpack briefcase. The only benefit of the backpack would be that it’s never mistaken for a pocketbook.
The iPad case holds my iPad, a power supply, a backup battery, a few pens, some business cards and, courtesy of my lovely wife, a pack of Kleenex.
WorkSmart is an annual technology showcase and seminar produced by ADNET Technologies. If you’re in or near Hartford, CT, you should plan on attending next year.
I’m always intrigued by long escalators.
Elvis has left the building. Actually, that’s Chris Luise. WorkSmart is over.
It’s always a little weird to be in the audience when Faith is commanding our attention. But I’m very proud.
It’s going to be a good day!
Yes, this is a really bad photo, but I think that’s how the ADNET Team must feel.
ADNET Technologies annual geekfest.
Welcome to WorkSmart!
Not wasted space, they put a lot of exhibits, food and beverages in these areas.
Targus doesn’t make pocketbooks. They make iPad cases!
The CT Convention Center is on the banks of the CT River. During a break, I got to see a fire boat practicing.
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