Update from Phoenix

It takes two to tango; it only takes one to walk away.
It takes one to know one; but it takes two to play.

I’m writing to you in the comfort of my hotel room from Phoenix, Arizona. Its nice when you’re out for the day, and you come back to a made bed and replenished towels and soap. High speed internet access, a nice lounge chair, and high-speed internet. Yes, I could get used to “going away on business”.
The Lytec 007 VAR Summit is what brings me to Phoenix (actually held at the Hilton in Mesa). Its purpose is to bring resellers of Lytec, the Practice Management System for medical practices, together and demonstrate new product features and company goals. This year they have decided on a James Bond theme, because of the 007 in 2007.
All meals on thursday and friday (breakfast, lunch, dinner) are provided – very refreshing.
The summit will be over by Saturday at which point I’ll be going on an adventure to the Grand Canyon.
Its good to be a budding computer scientist and to be connected closely with physicians and practices – today alone I envisioned two possible software products (add-ons to what is already used) that could be quite beneficial and marketable to a range of customers. Whether I actually act upon those envisions and succeed later is anyone’s guess.

Palm trees all around.