We just got back from a whirlwind tour of Los Angeles, where we offered free training seminars at Biola, UCLA, and Fuller. Southern California is beautiful, and we were blessed with several clear, relatively smog-free days to see the mountains and the Pacific Coast. We also saw an unimaginable amount of traffic!
The folks at Biola, UCLA, and Fuller couldn't have been nicer or more appreciative. It's always fun to show our users things they never realized they could do with Accordance, and to see their excitement when they learn something that will be personally helpful to them. The seminars at Biola and UCLA only lasted half a day, so I had to move fast and furious through the meat of the training, and I didn't get to cover things like the Atlas, Timeline, User Notes, User Tools, etc. I think that half-day pace helped the folks at Fuller, though, because we managed to cover a lot of ground during the full eight hours.
All in all, we had a great time in California, but it sure is good to be back home. This week I'll try to get back to giving Accordance tips and documenting the HTML import into User Tools. In the meantime, here are a few snapshots of the California trip.
The seminar at Biola.
Martha Halladay and her husband Loyd helping folks take advantage of the seminar discount.
My lovely wife, Lisa, and I at the Malibu pier.