We had a great time last week at our annual summer party for Boyle Software staff, family, and friends. Though some ominous clouds rolled in and a few drops of rain were felt, our sunset sailing excursion on the Hudson was a success all around. The sun did make an appearance, beaming its red and orange glow beneath the cloud cover as it sank behind the New Jersey horizon!
The torrential rains cleared out of NYC just in time for the annual Boyle Software summer party – phew! A great time was had by all – wonderful to spend a non-work evening chatting with co-workers, family, friends, and clients. A special thanks goes out to The Lonesome Prairie Dogs for keeping the music swingin’ – yeehaw!
To all of our families, friends, colleagues, and clients: Have a happy and safe Fourth of July! Let freedom ring and don’t eat too many hamburgers!
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Today is the first day of the Chinese New Year – welcome to the Year of the Goat! Every year I take the day off to photograph the festivities around New York City’s Chinatown — these are a few of those images.
International CES® took place last week and once I returned everyone only had one question: What was the coolest thing you saw? And honestly, I could not think of just one really, really awesome thing… In fact, I can think of several! Let’s count them down and quickly recap CES 2015. These aren’t in any particular order, they are just in the order that I can remember them… Continue reading
Last week, Boyle Software’s New York City staff and friends celebrated the holiday season with a chilly-but-raucous scavenger hunt through the narrow streets and avenues of Greenwich Village.
Following a course laid out in the “Secrets of Greenwich Village Scavenger Hunt” by Watson Adventures, three intrepid teams of clue-hunters spread out over the West Village to discover new spots and encounter little-known tidbits of Village history. Did you know that Mark Twain wrote most of THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER within a couple of blocks of Washington Square? Have you seen the Cafe Wha? where Jimi Hendrix was discovered? Do you know the place where Bob Dylan wrote “Blowin’ In The Wind”?* All this and much, much more was learned over the course of the 90-minute hunt. Continue reading