After a flurry of travel in April/May, I was trying to limit my summertime travel to at most a few days every other week....seems like that went out the window.  At least it flew away with some cool upcoming destinations in mind...

  • June 7-9, I will be at the Deutsche (German) Notes User Group in Berlin, Germany.  Kevin Cavanaugh, Chris Crummey and I will deliver the IBM keynote, with some news and previews, and I have other sessions on Notes/Domino strategy and a mobility update.  This will be my 3rd time as part of the DNUG keynote, and brings my DNUG involvement full circle -- my first DNUG event was in Potsdam, ten years ago.
  • June 15th, I will be at Enterprise 2.0 in Boston.  Kevin Cavanaugh will be presenting a collaboration strategy session, along with some key new announcements, and IBM is sponsoring a boat cruise of some kind that evening.  Looking forward to seeing many friends and digerati there.
  • June 16th, IBM is formally opening its Massachusetts Labs in Littleton.  Following the opening, Steve Mills is hosting an IBM Mobility Day event, where news and updates in on how IBM is participating in a mobile computing world will be delivered to key industry analysts and press.  Alistair Rennie is slated to talk about collaboration on devices, and I am still seeking business partners with customer case studies to add to Alistair's presentation.  If you do something interesting with Blackberry, iPhone, Android, Nokia, iPad, etc., please let me know.
  • June 21 to 25, I will be in Santiago, Chile, visiting customers.  This will be my first visit to Chile, and what a cool thing to be visiting when the weather in the city is expected to be a comfortable 12-15 and yet the skiing in right at its peak, just outside the city environs.

June 26-30 I will be home trying to help close out what has been a very intense second quarter.  Should be fun.

Hope to see many of you on the road in June!

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