Monthly Archives: November, 2011
About halfway through my undergrad studies, I had earned the flexibility to take some classes for fun by first getting required classes out of the way. At that point, I was just beginning to enjoy photography, and found openings in some basic black & white photo classes which included some time in the photo lab. [...]
The first in our series (at least that’s the plan) of clever / lucky ways to make something work for fun / profit / to get out of a bind / because you can / etc. I have a few ideas in mind, but this is completely open to suggestion. More directly: if you have [...]
During my time here at PTec so far, I’ve had the good fortune of interacting with countless customers who depend on our headlamps either professionally, or to keep them safe during outdoor pursuits. I’m now comfortable saying that PTec has the coolest customers! This post was written by those who have already seen the (cool, [...]
The annual DEMA show in Orlando came and went in a fury of divers and products. As the dust settles, I am finally able to remember what just happened. We debuted our new booth for the DEMA crowd this year to great acclaim. In addition to the new booth, we introduced two new products, the [...]
Hanging out at the trailhead yesterday after a MTB ride with my friend Josh, the topic of cell phones and other technology on the trail came up. With some new and alternate trails built since either of us had last ridden at Six Mile Run, neither of us knew how many miles we had ridden. [...]
Today is the end to another week split between the office and on the road. The National Safety Council’s “Safety Show,” as we’ve been referring to it (National Safety Council Congress & Expo for those of you who prefer the correct name) kept a few of us in Philly even after the Philly Bike Show.
At my [...]