Tag Archives: New York City

SOA World Conference & Expo 2007

SOA World Conference & Expo 2007

I just got back from SOA World 2007 and Enterprise OpenSource 2007 conferences & expos (occurring simultaneously) in New York City at the Roosevelt Hotel. For those who don’t know, SOA (often pronounced soh’-uh) stands for Service-oriented Architecture and is a current fad in enterprise information systems. This conference was a buzzword-fest of the highest [...]

Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day (updated)

Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day (updated)

April 24 is Genocide Remembrance Day in Armenia and throughout the world, and is also known as Armenian Martyr’s Day and Armenian Remembrance Day. Pictured here is the Genocide Memorial (Tsitsernakaberd) in Armenia’s capital city of Yerevan. This blog entry will have no jokes, no fluff, and its links may lead to unsettling content… so [...]

Trip to New York City

Trip to New York City

So we spent the weekend in NYC and pretty much stuck to midtown and downtown Manhatten. Of course we hit some tourist-y attractions, like Rockefeller Center, Times Square, the Empire State Building, and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA – official site). The MoMA was featuring an exhibition called Pixar: 20 Years of Animation… it [...]

Church is for Punks

Church is for Punks

Church is for punks… at least, that’s probably what Jesus would say (and I’d be the first to put it in red). As a shout out to all my homies-of-faith (especially in Terra Nova), I present you with a Fox News clip from a spot they did (19 July 2005) on the Underground Graffiti Church [...]