Astonishingly I’ve been struck my the desire to sit and listen and not insta-blog every conference presentation. I am intending to blog our panel last night, but in case I don’t get around to it, it was great! I mean, my presentation could have been a little, you know, less messy and all, but our three topics worked out really, really well together, and we had a full half hour of lively discussion afterwards. I think it was one of the best discussions after a panel I’ve ever heard, and really useful! You should probably go read Jess’s summary since I need a nap before going to listen to the plenary…

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  1. david

    Chicago – Uno’s – or Due – Ontario at Wabash – or down Wabash to Ohio. Not to be missed. (homesick Chicagoan)

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