Colorado is Freezing

OK, I seem to have chosen the coldest time of the year to come to Colorado. I have been here for a few days. When I arrived there were hurricane force winds of up to 95 miles per hour. A number of tractor trailers were flipped, I saw an SUV flip and I hear a bunch of small planes were flipped on their back.

The next day saw continual snow for at least 30 hours. I watched the snow from my hotel window and the flakes looked like they were shivering in the temperatures that were below zero before the wind chill!

I still had a great crowd show up for my presentations and I commend Interactive Intelligence for getting people to brave the elements and drive to our hotel. Today I received many questions about SIP and this was the hottest technology at the event. A few people were happy to learn about our new SIP Magazine and told me they would subscribe immediately. Good news. This magazine is coming along nicely and so is IMS Magazine.

If there is one challenge TMC is facing it is how to deal with the massive growth we are experiencing. It is an exciting time to be in the market and I am looking forward to a great first quarter starting with Internet Telephony Conference & Expo in January 2006 in Ft. Lauderdale.

It is days like today that I am very glad this show is located in the dead of winter in the warmest part of the country. I suggest you book your hotel room as soon as possible to avoid the rate increases that are sure to take place as people start planning their winter vacations.

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