22 9 / 2011

114 - Expo Only
Something NACA should consider, if they aren’t doing it already:
BAR CODES on name badges
At the CAR Expo, the bar codes helped with calculating attendance numbers for the education sessions and at booths in the “marketplace.”  I’m sure there’s other uses like adding people to mailing lists as well.
Taken on Sony Cybershot.

114 - Expo Only

Something NACA should consider, if they aren’t doing it already:

BAR CODES on name badges

At the CAR Expo, the bar codes helped with calculating attendance numbers for the education sessions and at booths in the “marketplace.”  I’m sure there’s other uses like adding people to mailing lists as well.

Taken on Sony Cybershot.

21 9 / 2011

113 - San Pedro Square
Adventure time in Downtown San Jose! While doing some exploring there, I wonder why my cousins and I never ventured over there during our visits. Hmm…one of these days!
Taken on Sony Cybershot.

113 - San Pedro Square

Adventure time in Downtown San Jose! While doing some exploring there, I wonder why my cousins and I never ventured over there during our visits. Hmm…one of these days!

Taken on Sony Cybershot.

12 9 / 2011

104 - Middle-of-Nowhere
Contrary to popular belief, California isn’t always sunny or completely populated by cities. Take a drive down I-5 you’ll see what I mean…

104 - Middle-of-Nowhere

Contrary to popular belief, California isn’t always sunny or completely populated by cities. Take a drive down I-5 you’ll see what I mean…

27 8 / 2011

088 - Belt Promotion
Congrats to all the students at Kovar’s Satori Academy for their excellent performance during their belt promotion! 

088 - Belt Promotion

Congrats to all the students at Kovar’s Satori Academy for their excellent performance during their belt promotion! 

25 8 / 2011

086 - Where the Sidewalk Ends…
While California may look completely populated on television, there are definitely still rural places, and that’s where you’ll find “where the sidewalk ends…”

086 - Where the Sidewalk Ends…

While California may look completely populated on television, there are definitely still rural places, and that’s where you’ll find “where the sidewalk ends…”