Everyone Must Go to the Next ROLFThing

OnLatte has fun mixing it up in NYC

When a member of ROLFCon first mentioned ROFLThing to us I didn’t know what to expect and frankly was a bit skeptical on how the event would turn out. Having attended the event last weekend I can unequivocally say that ROFLThing rocks and we are extremely grateful for being invited. In fact, it was a humbling experience for me to see how much more work we need to do to keep up with such a fast pace and innovative crowd.  However, we did meet some great people that we intend to keep in touch with, but let’s spend some time talking about the event

We arrived about an hour before registration started, setup our station at the bar in the basement, and within a few minutes we had a long queue of people waiting for lattes.

This lasted for the whole 6 hours of the conference which left us pretty exhausted at the end. Even though we only got to see a couple of the speakers, we met most of the conference as they either ordered a latte or stopped by to visit the station.  My favorite was the Tron Guy (see above), Steve Garfield, and the event organizer’s (Tim Hwang) Mom who got a kick out of seeing her son’s image on a latte.

I don’t think that I have photos of all of the images, but needless to say there was an interesting/disturbing mix. A big thanks to everyone involved with ROFLThing, and I hope that we will get invited back to future events. I will leave you with some comments from Steve Garfield, and please check out our photos on facebook as well.

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