IEEE – I finished up the April issue of The Analog and got it sent out to our email distribution list yesterday. It contains a list of the meeting and events that will be coming up in the next month. If you live in Central Texas and are interested in Tech, you. may find one of our meetings of interest. All of the technical meetings are open to the public.
If you do not receive the newsletter directly, you can read it on-line here. There are also instruction on how to request to be added to the mailing list.
I finished editing the March issue of the Central Texas Section newsletter, The Analog, earlier this week and posted it. Among other items, it contains a list of both IEEE and non-IEEE events that will be held over the next 45 days. All of the IEEE technical events are open to the public.
If you live in Central Texas and are interested in technology, join us at one of the meetings.
I finally wrapped up the February issue of the IEEE Central Texas Section newsletter and published it. If you live in Central Texas and are interested in Tech, you will find many meetings mentioned that you may be interested in.
All of our technical meetings are open to the public, so please join us. Take advantage of the technical discussion and add new members to your personal network.
I was running a little behind this month from our trip, but finally completed the IEEE Central Texas Section December newsletter, The Analog, and got it posted. You can read it here.
As always, the technical meetings sponsored by the various Chapters are open to all interested parties. If you are in the Central Texas area and are interested in technology, you might want to visit one of the scheduled meetings.
The latest issue of the IEEE Central Texas Section newsletter, The Analog has been posted to the web.
Included in the newsletter are meeting announcements of the various IEEE Technical Society Chapters in Central Texas (Austin to San Antonio) as well as some other events of interest. All of these meetings are open to any interested parties.
I finished up the March issue of The Analog, the monthly newsletter of the Central Texas Section of IEEE. It has been posted on the Section web site and can be viewed here.
The news letter gives the schedule of IEEE and some other technical meetings in the Central Texas area for the coming month. If you are interested in technology and live in the area you might want to take a look. If you decide you want to get on the mailing list, the instructions are at the top just under the blue banner.
We all have stopped a the gas station/convenience store as we drive America’s interstate highways. Buc-ee’s takes that concept to an entire new level!
For instance the Buc-ee’s in New Braunfels, Texas is a little bigger than the run of the mill gas stop with 120 gas pumps. The 68,000 square foot store has over 80 toilets! And every time I have stopped at a Buc-ee’s the restrooms are always very clean.
But-ee’s do not allow 18 wheelers. The stores carry a large selection of fresh jerky, and there are a variety of fresh sandwiches and packaged food items. Made to order sandwiches and tacos can be ordered from their large deli. Of course coffee, fountain drinks and a large cooler with bottled and canned beverages is also available.
Beyond the food items, the stores carry a wide variety of Texas-themed products. They also have items for travelers and sportsmen. One of our favorite purchases are “Beaver Nuggets”. These are caramel and butter-glazed corn puffs.
While I have stopped at the New Braunfels location, the first large Buc-ee’s I visited was in Waller. I had never seen a convenience store so large. I have also visited the Temple location which is not quite so large, but has nearly everything.
All the Buc-ee’s locations are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. They are not every where yet but the chain is spreading. Certainly every road trip I take now means at least one stop at a Buc-ee’s. If we are traveling with kids, they almost always want to get their picture taken with the large Buc-ee statue out front.
If you are traveling the highways of Texas and see a Buc-ee’s I suggest taking the time to stop. You always need gas and facilities and food. In my opinion, there is no better location for that than Buc-ee’s.
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