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It was a long afternoon as I flew from Madison, WI to Chicago IL and finally Detroit, MI. However, the trip was worth it just for this first day. The best part, I am here to learn about how Ford is changing the way we drive our cars. I got to my room around 6 […]
The first day of BlogWorld & New Media Expo was powerful. This is the day to learn as companies like ProBlogger and ReBlogWorld, as well as the medical and military tracks bring out content and learning to all members. The Keynote sessions by people like Scott Stratten, then a mid-day keynote with Brian Solis and […]
The final part of the Ford Edge video is Amy Marentic talking on who will buy the Edge, a Crossover or a brand new vehicle for that meaning. With 27 competitors, the Ford Edge is the oldest and the most purchased. 70% are loyal to buy a new Ford. Another statistic is that Edge growth […]
Part 3 of the keynote was from John Schneider. He showed us what was on the inside. With a steering wheel that looks like a joystick and a full voice recognition program inside, you have a fully responsive vehicle. John talks about My Ford Touch, with navigation even on the standard model. Sync services will […]
Part 2 of the keynote brought up Elaine Bannon. She discussed the changes between the 2010 and 2011 Ford Edge. She also went into some interesting facts about the interior sound of the vehicle. Interesting to note the strides Ford made on the Interior quietness and the full design changes, implementing Sony’s sound system into […]
Nashville, TN – A group of reporters decended to Nashville to drive the new Ford Edge. I was one of those people. And while I cannot tell you how the car drives (we are under Embargo until Monday, Aug. 23rd), I can report about the rest of the 1 day event. I got in about […]
Monday morning, wake up in Vegas to the sun coming up over the mountain side. Pretty cool stuff. I looked at the clock and saw 8 AM, but in all reality it was 10 AM. Once again – pretty cool. Met up with Andy and Joe where we had the morning breakfast – planning meeting. […]
Jeffrey Powers sits with Duncan Campbell about his Keynote discussion at HP Road Show Converged Infrastructure. Duncan talks about how IT can break their chains and save money doing it. Unleash the potential is the term Duncan uses during the discussion. With Virtual connect, you can wire once and scale later. Add a blade when […]
Well, after weeks of anticipation, the Apple iPad has become reality. The 1.5 lb, 9.7 inch device with a 1 GB Apple A4 processor in 16, 32 and 64 GB models. It’s an e-reader, it’s a photo book, it’s a video display and a lot more. All for a price that blows away Kindle. The […]
This morning started late. For some reason (maybe the fact I didn’t sleep in 48 hours), I woke up at 10 AM. I don’t normally do that, but what is more interesting is I am in Pacific Time zone. So technically, I slept until noon. I got up, worked on some stats and headed off […]
Day Off – Sort of A late Ramblings this week as I decided to stay offline last week. It was a long week and I was playing all weekend. It has been a while since I last took more than 24 hours off a computer, so that is a big feat for me. HP Tech […]
Well, the day started out with interviews, then more interviews, then a keynote and now we rest until tonight. But there are some great pictures of the day, therefore, here is the rest of Day 4. The Closing Keynote pictures are with the respected post.