Well not being able to go I spent a fair bit of today (whilst doing other things obviously) watching the webcam feed. Mostly so we could try and spot our colleague, laugh at the 'Dook's face paints, play "Spot the EasiPC T-Shirt" and "Spot the out of place teacher".
We saw all apart from our colleague who probably spent a bit too much time trying to murder a certain supplier of VLE integrated SIMS stuff. The teacher was fantastic though - the stereotypical brown jacket, corduroy trousers and out of place shoes/trainers was spot on.
How was your first BETT? I didn't catch you as I was taking down ICT-Direct's stand at the end. :)
I also love my free "Google Notebook!"
What waz worse was waiting for digital signage to scroll round so we could see ourselves all pointing at James.
My arm was aching - I never realised that there were so many slides scrolling! :D
john... the internet speed was diabolical! :D
I was knackered when I got home... and was a bit ill from the copious amounts of free popcorn I had.
Plus I was slightly annoyed with [some company I can't remember the name of... they had a monkey game... thing].
They couldn't understand that, while their game looked cool, there was no chance we'd be sending them a full student list [first name, last name, class] and teacher list... just to get a demo.
The chocolate I got specially from ICT-Direct was lovely :)
That would be an absolute coup for Edugeek if we actually got some engagement from Google. In my experience they aren't big on customer dialogue.
I was quite surprised to see them at BETT in the first place. Pleasantly surprised, but surprised nonetheless.
Thanks to all who came to see us! Get you chocolate orders in now for 2013 (or alternatively buy 75+ machines and we'll take you out for dinner!) :-P
Here's to 2013! :)