I’m back home and even well-rested, relative to my time in San Francisco at least. Here’s a post that sort of wraps things up for me regarding the CCCCs:
- One thing I regret: I didn’t make it to the “fleshmeet” that John Lovas was going to have, though I’m not sure that actually happened anyway. See John’s blog for entries about his CCCCs experiences starting on March 15 and ending and summing up on March 19. I very much agree with John when he writes “That NCTE/CCCC still has a long way to go in supporting conference presentations with up-to-date technology. Somehow, there’s got to be a wireless solution that would put web access in every meeting room.” I do blame a lot of that on the Moscone Center; after all, the MLA in Philly was extremely WiFi friendly.
- Samantha “Dr. B” Blackmon has lots of comments from the CCCCs, ending here. My own fashion choices at the CCCCs? I wore a shirt with a collar on the day I was at the conference (I believe it was blue), and I wore a T-shirt on tourist day.
- He hasn’t posted anything about it yet, but I saw Derek “Earth Wide Moth” Mueller give a paper. I also got a chance to meet Collin Brooke at that session too.
- Nick Carbone has a couple of interesting entries about CCCCs stuff here; it looks like he might have more after this.
- Clancy “CultureCat” Ratliff has lots of posts about the CCCCs, ending here with a not so happy story about food poisioning. Get well, Clancy.
- Mike at vitia has lots of posts on the CCCCs; this post about evaluating web sites is a good place to start, I think. I was in this session too (sorry we didn’t cross paths, Mike) and agree with him. Oh, BTW, great looking skin on your blog, Mike.
I think that’s enough to get you started with CCCCs blog reading. Anyway, a good time for one and all. Now it’s time for me to get caught up with teaching, writing, and the rest of my life.