Thursday, April 27, 2006
Tuesday, April 25, 2006
Thank you all for making me feel at home, part two starts in June.
Over n oot for now.
To the change the world
A positive vision for all
Live your dreams every day
Change will start heading your way
Share with your team of believers
A single voice becomes a choir
Empower individuals to live
A decentralization of power will transpire
Take a chance on the world
It may just take a chance on you
Small every day changes make the day
An economy and environment in harmony
Doors close, but others open
Others just need constant knocking
Cold call, introductions are the key
Achievement is action and delivery
Success, cash and social goals
A world where you added soul
The next visionaries are on their way
Time to move over anyway.
Dedicated to entrepreneurs and those dedicated to the pursuit of the american dream.
Friday, April 21, 2006
The main difference from the first is that I new many faces at this event.
Thank you to Linda Holroyd, CEO of FountainBlue for organizing the event.
Thursday, April 20, 2006
I was out performing some research visiting the shop called the Elephant Pharmacy, the drugs store that prescribes yoga.
Wednesday, April 19, 2006
The water is warm and I don't feel like I have to battle the elements just to survive, let along concentrate on training. Maybe the heat or a maybe just a few more training session but my times were head down again. Shame it is time to leave.
Tuesday, April 18, 2006
Sunday, April 16, 2006
Saturday, April 15, 2006
Monday, April 10, 2006
Spent the day with Craig Bell, met up at lunch time in Union Square, San Francisco and then we headed to catch the ferry to Sausalito, which is north of SF or putting it another way the town at the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge. The bay waters is a bit choppy mid voyage but other wise it was a pleasant ride taking is great views of the San Francisco Skyline, Alcatraz Island and the general beauty of the North Bay.
Craig recommended a bay side restaurant, which served great seafood. Tuna steak, done on the rare side was the winner for me. Then we headed to Paterson's, Scottish Pub. Pretty quiet but it was set up by a Scot and so you could have been in a bar in Aberdeen. Made one other bar for a quick cocktail before catching the last ferry back to SF.
There was a queue(line) of people and quite a few bicycles, even one tandem. Two girls from Arizona had bicycled across the bridge but had decided to take the easier way back. We head down town SF again for a few hours, taking in a few beers and my low alcohol tolerance was catching up with me. We met a Southampton Phd researcher, Karen, who was in SF for a conference. Had a good laugh and chat and then it was a quick sprint to catch the last train home to Mountain View at 12 mid night.
Cheers for a great day out Bellzer. Catch you in Aboyne soon.
Sunday, April 09, 2006
Tuesday, April 04, 2006
Met a few folk from Finland. EU leads US in mobile technology is accept but I would watch out for the US in this next wave.