For the last couple of months, I’ve been helping to plan a conference. It’s been a very interesting experience. Exciting, confusing, thrilling… all at the same time. But it’s shaping up even more nicely than I had dared to let myself hope. We have two days of sessions planned. The second day will be all
I’m still processing my thoughts after CIL, and I’m sure this won’t be my last post on the issue, but I thought I’d just give a quick thumbs up and thumbs down list. Thumbs down (first so I can get it over with): Arlington doesn’t seem to have a blue sky. I’ve only seen clouds.
Well, this is a first. I fully intended to blog, twitter, upload pictures to Flickr, and do all the other things I’ve done at every other conference I’ve attended in the last 3 years. But a combination of technical and social factors have gotten in the way. Lack of reliable internet is a perennial problem
I spent the morning tweaking my twitter account to be useful while I’m at CIL. I won’t be publishing my tweets here, but if for whatever reason you want to keep up with what I’m doing (whenever the notoriously spotty conference wifi will allow me onto the network, that is) you have two options: follow