Been using computers since IBM Punchcard Machine on the 4th Floor of Cooper Union’s Engineering Building in the East Village of Manhattan. Some people think of me as a “techy”. I’m actually at “toolie” and always inspired to find the right tool for the job.
Brian Copeland, an amazing Realtor in Nashville Tennessee invited me to teach Realtors attending the 10th Annual Certified Residential Specialist Conference in Las Vegas Nevada last week what makes the iPad so special. Only 4% of the Realtors in the United States have been Certified as Residential Specialists (both Carol and I have been) so it was a particular honor to be asked to speak.
Thinking of getting an iPad and wondering how you can use it for photography, maps, travel, email, project management, satellite views … and more? Just click on the image below and view a PDF file of my “iLove my iRa iPad” presentation.
One great thing about visiting Las Vegas is that it really makes you appreciate living in Berkeley in the summer. It was 99º at midnight one night, and 57º when I returned home to foggy Berkeley. BerkeleySide.com has some great posts “in praise of fog” today.
Another great thing about Las Vegas is that it gave me a chance to revisit some of my favorite places. Hoover Dam’s amazing Art Deco Sculptures by Oskar Hansen “Winged Figures of the Republic” and Downtown Las Vegas’ installation from the Neon Museum of Las Vegas.