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Seattle/Redmond dinner update

April 7, 2008

Sitting in the Virgin America part of the SFO International terminal.  Talk about an awesome terminal.  Can’t wait to fly Virgin, too – my first time (hah!).  I doubt anyone on the plane throws down in DOOM the way I do, so I expect a river of tears in the aisle.

Wish I could be at the Google Campfire tonight, cuz the news is awesome, but Microsoft got to me first, so up to the frigid North I go….  Hope this MS stuff is as good as it sounds.

It turns out the Seattle Photography Group is meeting on Wednesday night.  Cool!  So I’m going to that. You should come.  🙂

Then, afterwards, I’m hoping we’ll head out for some food.  If you want to get food afterwards, please leave a comment so we have at least a rough head count.  Attendance at the SPG isn’t mandatory, but I’m sure you’re welcome to come.

On Tuesday, I already have dinner plans, but wouldn’t mind hanging out with some geeks afterwards.  Doubt I’m up for going into Seattle, though, so if you’re in Redmond or Bellevue, holler.

(I’ll try to email everyone who sent emails, commented, and twittered – but if you haven’t heard from me, re-comment because I’m lame)

  1. Gou
    April 7, 2008 at 6:40 pm

    Dont know your email address..

    But i would love to drive over to wherever you are in the Bellevue area Tuesday or Wednesday anytime to meet up..


  2. sean
    April 7, 2008 at 9:02 pm

    I found that Doom ran a bit glitchy on Red. It also caused my system to lockup or cause Red to no longer respond to the touchscreen. Had to reboot at least twice on my roundtrip.

  3. Richard Bailey
    April 8, 2008 at 6:29 pm

    Hi Don,

    Would love to meet in redmond/bellevue Tuesday. We can also host in Kirkland for a few people.


  4. November 6, 2009 at 4:00 pm

    Love it! You got me so excited to get one and start shooting video!

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