Albert Einstein ate here

Tuesday, July 17th, 2007
So did Eric Mack and Charles White, JPL's subject matter expert on virtual collaboration. (Charles presented earlier on NASA's Second Life initiative.) We had a great conversation about his vision for virtual tech as a teaching and learning tool as well as a vew of how we might use these technologies at our desktop. Think presence awareness by avatar.

I wish I had brought my camera to lunch with me. For lunch, we dined on regal gold-trimmed china in a majestic wood paneled banquet hall of the CalTech Athenaeum. Apparently Albert Einstein's apartment was on the floor above.


PS. In case you are wondering about your tax dollars, we had turkey wraps, potato chips, salad and cookies. Still, it was a nice meal with ample opportunities for discussion on collaboration and knowledge management.

Discussion/Comments (0):

Discussion for this entry is now closed.