Anchors aweigh! Boyle Software’s annual summer party for staff, clients, and friends is this coming Thursday – and what a night it should be! We’ll be taking a sunset sail on the Hudson aboard the handsome 105′ Schooner America 2.0, departing from its dock at Chelsea Piers on Manhattan’s west side.
In addition to hot dogs and hamburgers, this year we’re celebrating America’s Independence Day by donating to the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Federal Tax ID# 26-0086305.
From now through mid-April, the New York Historical Society is hosting an exhibit entitled “Silicon City: Computer History Made in New York,” tracing the City’s relationship with computing technology back as far as the 19th century. I am really looking forward to checking this show out, especially the post-WWII machines and memorabilia from the 1964 World’s Fair – which is something of a personal obsession for me. Continue reading
It’s time once again for the annual Interactive Telecommunications Program Winter Show! The students of the groundbreaking New York University graduate school always have amazing, boundary-pushing projects to share, and this year will surely be no different.
Set aside an hour or two and stop by the show on December 20th or 21st to get a taste of where tech is heading in the not-too-distant future. (Specific exhibition hours can be found on the show’s info page.)
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!