marilyn at deliberate.com
Sat Apr 15 04:49:00 CEST 2006
------- On Thursday, April 13, 2006 jjinux at gmail.com wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> If we want to start being formal about the 8:30 cutoff, I think it's
> important to start at 7:30 sharp. If it's necessary to start at 7:45
> because of travel difficulties, that's fine, but then we should move
> the 8:30 cutoff. :-/
I want to report that we did, in fact, start 10 minutes late. I don't know when JJ very politely cut himself off, but he only did about half his talk and I sure would like to hear the other half. It was very interesting and thought-provoking. Yes, the slides are online, but the face-to-face is better, especially because the audience pitched in with some great perspectives. I came home quite inspired by it.
But JJ, had you started on time, those of us who were on time would have gotten more of your good talk. The late-comers would still have gotten their money's worth and they would not have been encouraged to come late next time. ... just mentioning it.
I also want to report that the dinner was excellent too.
And the Mapping/Random Access went great. It was fun to hear from so many of the group so fast.
I thoroughly enjoyed the whole evening.
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