For the next week, I will be utilizing the jimraffel.com blog as a way to keep anyone who cares up-to-date on the 2005 ColorMetrix User’s Group Conference. I decided to start today, because we just got done packing up all the boxes of materials for the meeting and shipping them off to the Mirage (see picture above).
As anyone who has ever done multiple presentations for a meeting knows, I am still working on all the content I will deliver at the meeting. I have done it enough times, however, that I no longer worry about not being done on time. Somehow or another the content always comes together. I also feel a bit of extemporaneousness in any presentation is a good thing.
The presentation I am most looking forward too is not until next Tuesday morning. I will be discussing the use of grey balance in the characterization of printing presses. I continue to be amazed how things which are old can become new again. As the previous post mentions we worked with people using grey balance as a characterization tool years ago, and all of a sudden it is back in vogue.
Well, I am looking forward to providing live reports from the conference. I may be the only one to read it, but it will still be fun. I will also try to post at least one picture a day, so those that did not come will wish they had!