Rehoboth Beach Real Estate

An ever growing amount of people are retiring in the state of Delaware. Delaware offers three amazing counties. Most people who plan to retire do so in Delaware’s Sussex County. Rather than buying a house right on the beach they often look further inland for lower priced homes. An ocean front home can cost you millions of dollars. The further inland you travel the cheaper the homes get. You can buy a beautiful home for only $200,000 rather than of over paying for a bay side home. People are also relocating to gated communities like The Peninsula Delaware. These communities are getting more popular among recent people who retire. The retirees favor these communities because they offer cheaperhomes than that of a house that is only walking distance from the beach. The cities in Sussex County are having a hard time trying to keep up with all of the people relocating there. The cities are planning to construct more electrical lines and are working hard on a new water plan to account for all of the new people. People want to retired in Delaware for a many different reasons. The first reason is the great Delaware beaches They are the absolute cleanest in the entire country. The next reason is all of the new amenities. Another reason is the world class flounder fishing that Delaware has. The last reason is because Delaware is one of the few number of states that have no sales tax. There is no tax on anything you buy in a store like computers, TV’s or even clothes. This would include things you purchase from the internet and have delivered to Delaware as well. If you are searching for a great house in Delaware I suggest you look at all of the Rehoboth Beach real estate. Another great place to search is Lewes DE real estate, and also Bethany Beach Real Estate or even look at the all of the Sussex County real estate area. You will not regret relocating in Delaware, many people have done it and many more are expected to.

Grand Central Discussion








I am Danny and I’m working on designing a discussion site for my workshop trainer colleagues to share experiences and help each other learn and grow. I have an idealized design (see below), but for the sake of getting it up quick and due to todays time constraints im making some design compromises and trying to use pre-fab’d wordpress themes and plugins to get a functional model up and running today.

Plaid Place

I’ve been fascinated by plaids and tartans.  It began when I started playing with a web-based tartan maker:   By simply changing the width of a yarn or varying the color, the plaid can change significantly.

Plaid Place uses a Kinnect video camera to asses the colors in a space and translate them into plaid.   I’ll use the RGB value for yarn color and use the depth value to determine the width of the yarn.   I’ll project the plaid on a large screen and update it with each frame of video I grab.

Here are some tartans I’ve made using


Workshop on Selling and Producing Innovation

The ability to sell an idea from inception through production to clients, galleries, and peers is becoming increasingly difficult as budgets are being more closely scrutinized.  The goal of this workshop is to foster conversations about ways to “hack the system”  – I will ask the group to speak about projects they are having a hard time getting produced either in a corporate environment or on a freelance basis and we will come up with ways to get it done.  Additionally I will reference past projects I have worked on which have been successful (or failed) and how I might do things differently.


Apply Function on the Fritz

I am are very sorry but this past weekend our apply button was not working.  If you did not see a screen thanking you for your application and also receive a confirmation email, I am afraid your application did not take.  I really apologize but you will  have to type it all in again. Rest assured that the programmer has be beaten.

Sorry again,

ITP Camp

Pioneer’s Discount

We don’t promise to do this every year but this year we wanted to give a discount to camp alums of 2010  You guys had the foresight and  imagination to see how an empty schedule could turn into something great.  We want you back so we invented the 25% Camp2010 disount.