March 28, 2009 Seth Perkins

Washington, DC

I just got home from 5 days in DC for the Satellite 2009 show.  Obviously, most people don’t know what the Satellite show is.  “Satellite” is a gathering of vendors and professionals in the satellite communications world.  Hands down, it was one of the best shows in my career with KenCast, which is a bit counter intuitive considering the economy, nevertheless, I’m told attendance was actually up from last year’s exhibition.  We had some incredible traffic at the booth and everything just clicked together.  But I don’t want to talk about work…

I want to talk about Washington.  DC is another unreal city.  Of all the places I’ve driven, DC is the most unique.  It’s the only place I can think of where you can expect to find a succession of 3 traffic lights within one intersection.  It’s also the only town I’ve driven where I really need a GPS to make sense. 

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