Last night we had a fantastic french dinner in the heart of Bangkok at a place called Le Vendome. It was a real Mr Toad's Wild Ride to find the place, but the celebration and food were well worth it. Our guests included Karl Engvist of Blackboard and Ronald Lee who is managing director of BEENET, two great friends of Sun and big time partners in the year ahead. We also celebrated the return of Andrew Lim to the education team. If you're ever in this town and want an outstanding french meal in a jungle home setting, give it a try. You won't be sorry.
My presentation breakout went pretty well. Turns out most people had never heard or seen the 3-D web so when I showed a short video of MPK020, folks were actually clapping in the audience. We also made some progress on the Mixed Reality Lecture Room project with local support in place in Shanghai and more community interest.
Well, off to breakfast and the morning sessions. I've got to spend some time on this Redshift concept. Although when I asked the local salesrep if the message was resonating here in Asia, he laughed and said it wasn't on the pricelist and he had no idea what I was talking about. So, at least I'm not that far behind.