I tossed a huge pile of paper into the big blue recycling bin on my way out of the office Friday, a housekeeping move designed in part to actually clear away the non-essential detritus of a life in commerce, and at the same time, create room for more.
We’re decamping over the weekend to Boston for the Fall VON Conference, which begins on Tuesday. Martha, Eric, and I head out Sunday, to be joined by Amin and Marcelo on Monday evening. Next week our East Coast peeps could see better response times to comments and queries. Anne and Julio will be holding down the fort from both sides of the Pacific.
For the first time ever, each of us will sport Voxilla-branded shirts. I hesitate to say uniforms since Martha got something more in keeping with her sense of style than the polo shirt we guys will be wearing.
Last year at VON we taped up banners we had done at Fast Signs, and this year we’ve got a pop-up booth with groovy graphics — but more importantly, we’ve got a focus, and a vision of where IP Communications is growing.
We’re looking forward to vibing this year’s tilt toward Video On the Net, to seeing old friends, and showing off a few of what we think are IP Communications’ best solutions.
I’m looking forward to seeing my buddy Doc and to spending a few days in one of America’s greatest cities. It’s a hard life, but one has to enjoy it.