I’ve been blogging about the conference I recently attended. In this post, I’ll tell you just a bit more about what’s come out of it.
More on the conference I just attended. The last one was about the technology companies that spoke. This post is about the speakers.
In my latest effort to get everyone interested in conferences, I’m going to tell you about the one from which I just returned.
Over the years, I’ve defended my trademarks as each occurrence has come up. However, this week, after speaking with my Trademark attorney, I have finally decided to apply to register my trademarks in the registration database. Although I’ve been using the trademark “Out on a LIMS” ™ since 2001, I have finally decided to make it easier for people to see that it is a “mark” and that it is currently in-use.
Are you so overwhelmed by the information you get that you end up reading nothing? If so, you’re not getting the value of our information age.
The other day, someone noticed that this blog, “Out on a LIMS,” does not come out daily. He said he’d like to see it daily and asked me why I don’t do that. In case you were wondering, too, here’s why.
Wondering what conferences people are attending? Here are a few. Take the poll and see which conferences other people in the industry are attending.
Are we headed toward more local conferences and exhibitions?
I’d offered to give a free presentation to anyone fairly close to my office in the Boston area (see the details in these blogs). Coming to Switzerland for a couple weeks, you’d think I’d have thought to offer the presentation here, too, but it never occurred to me, before this. See this post for the details.
Using my new digital camera has caused problems similar to any new laboratory informatics system that does more than the old one. In the first part, I described how the new technology enabled me to do more than I could, previously, but how it caused new problems. In this 2nd installment, I will talk about the issues of using the information.