Have landed safely in Savannah for the 2006 Off Campus Library Services Conference, which is more than I can say for my luggage. Hopefully it will arrive sometime tonight, as my presentation is at 8:30 AM on Thursday. TWT. (my co-presenter arrived late last night and still doesn't have her luggage!)
I'd forgotten what green leaves look like, and they look nice :-) Looking forward to taking a nice walk tomorrow w/o a jacket :-)
The keynote this evening was given by Marshall Keys, and I'll get a post up to summarize it soon. Very similar to the talks Stephen Abram gives on Millennials, but a little less frenetic, and of course with different examples. I enjoyed it.
Dan Gall, the OCLSC tech guru, says that there's spotty free wireless available in the area from a service called Savannah Spanish Moss, so if you're here at the hotel (or in the area), look for that on your list of providers. From their website:
Savannah Spanish Moss, Inc. was developed to showcase Savannah as a technologically savvy community in order to assist in attracting technology based businesses to the region. The purpose of this group is to implement a free to the user WiFi hot zone in selected areas of the landmark Historic District to demonstrate Savannah's commitment to technology and to showcase the technology base that exists in the Savannah area.