Do you want to hear tall tales of rafting the Nile and driving 8,000 miles from Nairobi to Johannesburg and back in the name of product testing?
One of the great things about my job is that
so many interesting people get to meet me I get to meet so many interesting people (LOL). For example, I just received an email from Kurtis Unger, who is working on some very interesting stuff in Africa.
I'm hoping that Kurtis will be able to give a presentation on this technology at ESC Minneapolis in November 2015. (I would have invited him to ESC Boston and/or ESC Silicon Valley, but unfortunately both events are already full to capacity with passels of phenomenal presentations.)
I tell you; I thought my life was interesting, but Kurtis can tell tales that include topics like rafting the Nile and driving 8,000 miles from Nairobi to Johannesburg and back in the name of product testing.
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