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Pocket PC Summit 2002 East
By Chris De Herrera, Copyright 2002
All Pictures By Chris De Herrera, Copyright 2002

 Version 1.00  Revised 6/11/2002

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Introduction

Here's some pictures and panoramas I took at the Pocket PC Summit.  I wanted to share them with readers so they could get an idea what it's like to attend the Pocket PC Summit East 2002 was like.

Pictures - Behind the Scenes - Setting up the Wireless LAN! 
HP (formerly Compaq) donated the server and Symbol donated the access points!  I used Windows 2000 Advanced Server to run the local web server and provide internet access.

Barry Shilmover from Sonic Mobility installing Sonic Mobility on the server.

Who say Wireless LANs don't have wire! A view of 1/2 the wiring to the switches to connect the access points.

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John Daub from Socket with their new Bluetooth 1.1 CompactFlash Card!
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John Tidwell at Staples!
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Chris De Herrera's Keynote

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Billboard for Keynotes

Todd Kort, Gartner Group's Presentation
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Pictures of Philadelphia

The Franklin Bridge at night!
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William Penn

A view of the city!
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Conclusion

WOW what a great experience!  I really had a great time participating in lots of discussions about the Pocket PC at the Pocket PC Summit.  I can't wait to get to the next one!

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