Ask.com Code Red Stormtroopers
Last night the Ask.com party named Code Red was full of interesting people and a few stormtroopers here and there.
Lots of LOUD music and celebration of Ask.com and the retirement of the butler as well. I didn’t get a shot of it, but they had the Ask butler displayed as if frozen in a big hunk of metal, ala Han Solo in Star Wars. There’s a photo of that on Names@Work blog.
I’ve never seen so many red wigs in one place. But then again, the party was themed “Code Red”. Nice job to Ask.com and their PR team
I’d like to say thank you to the people who have somehow recognized me and came up to say hi. It’s great to meet people in person and to get feedback. Jim has some good thoughts about the fun of networking at SES events.
After seeing Rand’s new site/blog design at SEOMoz and getting a sneak peek at Aaron Wall’s new SEOBook design, I’ve become even more motivated to get the design of this blog to the next level. Big changes are in store.
On an unrelated note, my bag has finally arrived! I dropped some serious coin at Saks last night 5 min before closing time because I had no idea if my garmet bag would ever be found, going by the feedback I was getting from Northwest (Minneapolis office did their best to be helpful) and the pure LACK of response from the folks at JFK.
Now it’s time to get back to covering the SES conference. Be sure to visit Search Engine Roundtable for in depth SES posts.
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