The 2010 Regional Conference will take place in beautiful Savannah, GA. Click on the title of this post to get the registration form.
The 2010 Regional Conference will be from September 9 through September 10, 2010. The Hyatt Regency Savannah is located across the river from Hutchison Island in lovely Savannah, GA, only a short distance from the Georgia-South Carolina border.
The government per diem rate will be $106 for single or double occupancy per night (plus tax).To register for the conference, please see below for a link to the 2010 NDIA Regional Conference Registration form. It is important that all attendees book their rooms directly through the Hyatt Regency.
To book rooms, please use the link below to contact the Hyatt Regency directly. Be sure to indicate you are with the NDIA in order to get the $106 per diem rate.There is no shuttle service from the airport to the hotel. Taxi service is approximately $30 one way.
If you have any questions call Beverly Davidson at the NDIA office 860-635-5533.
Monday, July 12, 2010
Saturday, July 03, 2010
I love using Google Street View when I'm preparing to go out in the field. It even helped me find a small triangle of land in the middle of a highway which was designated as a city park. GSV isn't 100%; as we all know, the images connected with the map locations sometimes are outdated. And I know for a fact that the rooftop of the White House has Secret Service guardhouses and all kinds of high tech surveillance equipment up there. You won't get to see that with GSV.
Area 51 was black square last time I checked.
When I'm bored, my sadistic side comes out. I like to take the little yellow Google Guy, drag him out into the middle of a busy highway and let him play chicken with the oncoming traffic.
So imagine my surprise when I plopped him down in the middle of a New Jersey highway and did a 360 degree scan of the surrounding area and saw what appears to be a UFO hovering in the skies above Essex County.
I'm not ready to dismiss this as pie plates, a reflection in the atmosphere or a dry cleaning bag filled with marsh gas. (Attribution: Firesign Theatre Everything You Know is Wrong).
Has anyone else had a similar "close encounter"?