Once you got into Field Museum for the gala reception last night you were greeted with mini crabcakes since Maryland was a sponsor. Mmm, mmm good.
You can’t be in Chicago and miss the blues and thanks to the IL pavilion we had some awesome blues.
The barbershop guys were good but give me some blues. Like these guys who were singing about Georgia.
What does a bord blogger do after 7 hours of driving? Find something to blog about:
If you’re in the dairy business and have seen The Matrix then I hope you’ve got a sense of humor. This is funny. Actually it’s really a sad waste of misguided talent. It’s a Matrix film spoof to blast corporate farming called The Meatrix II. I never heard of it before but the group doing this claims the first one’s been downloaded over 10 million times and they’ve won awards for it. They are short animated movies.
The Ethanol Promotion & Information Council wants you to experience fuel performance at 220 miles per hour. As they say, “There’s nothing Mickey Mouse about that.”
The Mickey ears give our location away. This photo was inspired by Tom Steever, Brownfield Network. This was our view from the Bayer CropScience dinner. Great food and company.
California Dreamin’ is the theme of the opening reception at Classic.
Dow AgroSciences has a new website. The creative element is a series of road signs that guide you through the information and pages. There’s even video. I guess this is just another sign that the agribusiness companies are investing in the online content tools that require broadband access to function properly. They must believe their customers have it or soon will.