Was in Seattle last week. Highlights:
Microsoft Research Building (above); UofM CS Building (below)
Microsoft Research’s new building is fancier than our new department building, but our offices are much better.
Lunching at the Space Needle is worth the high price. You get to sit and eat your lunch while downtown Seattle, Mt. Rainier and the lake revolve around you. The food is good, the view is spectacular on a good day and the service is eager and efficient.
Jidori Chicken with Roasted Garlic-Mashed Potatoes, White Zinfandel
There is an On Stage interactive exhibit at The Experience Music Project that lets you pretend you are a rock star, complete with simulated audience, fully set up stage (with monitors) and instruments that play themselves. The 20$ video they took of me was a little pricey in my opinion, but if you’re going as a group, this is totally worth it.
Art installation at the EMP
photocredits: me, rob scoble, eduardod