If you found yourself watching the final seasons of Mad Men and really vibing with Don Draper’s swinging Manhattan bachelor pad, here is the apartment for you.
The Daily Mail points to a listing that recently popped up on Zillow. It’s for a Chicago penthouse, 1,877 square feet, listed at $158,000 by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Starck Real Estate. It was built in 1972 and apparently hasn’t been changed since, and frankly it is magnificent.
I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking, “I’d like to come to Chicago in June for some delicious Chicago-style hot dogs, deep dish pizza, and to rub elbows with telecom industry leaders.”
Good news! Now you can do just that, at Light Reading’s Big Telecom Event, June 17-18.
The theme of the Big Telecom Event is bridging the gap between technology and business. It’s not just about the latest networking technology for the telecom industry — it’s about using that tech to drive business value. You’ll learn about:
Featured keynotes include the best minds and brightest leaders of the telecom industry:
Basil Alwan, President, IP Routing & Transport, Alcatel-Lucent
Stephen Bye, CTO, Sprint
Axel Clauberg, CTO team of Deutsche Telekom and board member of the Open Networking Forum
Bikash Koley, principal architect and manager of network architecture, Google (he has a boss pair of tinted eyeglasses).
14 other speakers.
Service provider participants include AT&T, Boingo, BT, Cablevision, CenturyLink, China Mobile, Comcast isn’t that a heck of a list and I haven’t even gotten past “C”?
Also, rather than a trade show floor, we’ll have a demo space to show off the top technology in the industry.
And Heavy Reading senior analysts will give you the lowdown on subjects including SDN, mobile virtualization, mobile threat detection, datacenter transformation, and more.