I’ve made a conscious effort not to do too much road-show type posting here even though I’ve been all over the place of late. But today was just too much fun. A keynote at the NCAECT conference that just felt like it really clicked, Skyping with Jeff Utecht in Shanghai during one of my sessions, showing Second Life and happening upon another traveler from Denmark to chat with on the ISTE island, and topping it all off with a great open discussion with David Warlick and about 80 conference goers that really got my brain swimming. For the first time in a long time, the technology worked, the rooms had real energy, there was lots of laughing, and I really felt like people were going to take these conversations back home with them in some meaningful ways. It was a great two days. And now I’m sipping on free, fast wifi at the Charlotte airport on my way to Detroit.
More later on why I still think we need a change in strategy… ;0)