Wouldn't you know it, I come here and the rain follows me. On the flight from Denver to San Antonio we hit some lightning storms that exceeded 30,000 feet and were constantly firing lighting at our plane. It was a neat view but a little nerve racking. I spoke with the pilots after the flight as they stayed in the same hotel as me. The pilots told me "you should have seen our view as the static electricity was all over the front window looking like a sparkler or plasma dancing all over the windshield preventing looking out it".
Tonight I have the San Antonio Users Group presentation hosted by DC CADD. If you want to attend make sure to contact DC CADD for the event details. I will be presenting at the Austin users group tomorrow night. Should be around 125-150 users in attendance tonight so I am told.
DC CADD http://dccadd.com
San Antonio (210) 344-5181
Austin (512) 586-2299
On a lighter note, I am at the offices of DC CADD right now and trying to figure out what I can do to ADT master Matt Dillon's office since he is out of the office today. Hopefully I get to see the famious Alamo today.