If it's a little quiet around the office today, it's because many of us will be out volunteering at local charities and other organizations as part of the IBM Centennial's Celebration of Service. For example, I will be helping package and deliver food at a local Food Bank here in San Diego. Caleb Barlow is doing some very interesting work over at the UN:
And many more of our team will be out there as well. Watch the Twitterverse for #ibm100 and #cos hashtags to see what's happening, or go to the IBM Celebration of Service page for maps and other fun facts on the impact we're having in our local communities. It's not too often you get to be part of a company, let alone a tech company, that's been around for 100 years. And it's even more rewarding when the leadership of the company decides the best way to celebrate is to give back to the local communities that we're part of. And for a company that does business in over 160 countries, that's a lot of communities!