Thursday, November 29, 2007

Three voice leads

Like Cerberus, the Level 3 voice portfolio of services has three "heads" - captured in the same location on this rare occasion. As is to be expected with these rare events, the meeting location was not disclosed nor plans for this meeting announced in advance (fortunately, no catastrophic event occurred while the brain trust was gathered).

Is it coincidence that Level 3 has assembled an unholy trinity to fearlessly lead its voice services? Three guys on the Level. Food for thought!

Saturday, November 3, 2007

Coors Brewery Tour

Ok, so the Coors Brewery has "floors" instead of Levels (as witnessed by the "3RD FLOOR" where Level 3 should be). So, why the gratuitous blog entry? I must admit I could not resist having a photo of the biggest brewery complex on this blog. Any place that will give you a free tour with free beer waiting for you at the end can't be all bad. Obviously, my comment card contained a dissertation on why Coors needs to correct their nomenclature. We'll have to wait and see if the voice of reason prevails.

Monday, October 29, 2007

Invesco Field at Mile High

Monday night was off to a great start. I was pleased to see Invesco Field at Mile High had a Level 3, even if I was going to be seated on the very last row of Level 5 -- aka the nosebleed seats. Bring on the Nachos! Bring on the Packers! Bring on the OT defeat? Not all that starts well ends well. I guess there's always next Sunday. And looking at the bright side, it's good to know Level 3 is a central layer (literally) of Invesco Field.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

The University of Denver

I must admit I was relieved to see my latest alma mater had the sense to have a Level 3. Seeing this clear display of good judgment set the stage for making my evening at the recent graduate homecoming wine reception quite enjoyable. Sure, the Rockies could have played better in game 2 of the world series... there's always a fly in the ointment. Overall, however, I would say the evening was a great success.

Sunday, October 7, 2007

Ready to hit the road on the convertible, hunting for the ever elusive Level 3. The condensation on the door has mysteriously formed a pattern akin to those that randomly appear on corn fields. Was it a UFO or can this phenomenon be attributed to a mischievous child?