Seems rather appropriate that someone left their Bud Light can on this art installation.
Wild Women Winery
I guess that's the audience they're looking for.
Appetizing name for a lunch place.
The group photo at the tenth anniversary of our ISTE-associated unconference, organized (as much as that's possible) by the great Steve Hargadon.
The View Out the Window
Our hotel room had a wonderful view of the mountain skyline... if you looked past the parking garage at the Denver Performing Arts Center.
Waiting to be unlocked and used in the middle of the 16th street mall.
The Relative Position of Pancakes
A little signage philosophy.
Also in Town
ISTE had to share Denver with a real legend.
The Daniels & Fisher Tower is certainly one of the prettier buildings in downtown Denver.
Call for Rewrite
Someone needs spellcheck.
The iconic statue forever staring into the Colorado Convention Center.
When shooting, get a different perspective. Like laying down in the middle of the hall and looking straight up.
For one of my sessions we went on a photowalk in the halls behind the conference rooms where I found this.
In a small park behind the Denver Performing Arts Center.
Although he would have been right at home at ISTE, this young man was computing while waiting for the bus.
Just walk past all the wall art.
No. 910 Pencil
I think this pencil is actually a smokestack, attached to a building in downtown Denver.
At least I think that's what Microsoft was going for in distributing these capes.
Lots of people wanting to try the cheap version of virtual reality at the Google booth.
These boys, in their One Note capes, were engaged in the only good use I know of for a Smartboard: doodling.
Standing next to our hotel in Denver.
Soon to be Another Name Field
A better view from our hotel room in Denver.
The Reality of Virtual
This is what it currently takes to simulate reality: lots of computing power.