Not To Be Trusted With Knives











{February 25, 2007}   Northern Voice ’07 – Post #2

Home from the conference now. Sitting in my toasty warm bed with my laptop (we got spoiled with a beautiful sunny day yesterday, but today it was rainy and freezing and this is the first chance I’ve had all day to warm up!), trying to process all the stuff I learned today! It might take a little while for me to do said processing, so you can expect a more insightful post once I’ve had a chance to check out the blogs of the cool people I’ve met over the past two days and to review my notes. Yes, I took notes.

In the meantime, here are a few photos to entertain you. First, I thought y’all would like to see that I wore my favourite boots* today:


And speaking of footwear, one of my new-found blogging friends can be found over at wanderingshoes.wordpress.com and I have to give her props ‘cuz I stole this cool camera angle from her:

Oh ya, if you’d like to check out all the photos from the event, go to Flickr and look at the “nv07” tag. As I type this, there are 1,312 photos from the conference, and people are still uploading stuff. This is what happens when you put 300 techies and their multitude of cameras in a wifi-enabled area for 2 days!

*And hopefully people were looking at my boots because, based on these photos, the rest of me looked like crap today. I looked much better yesterday.

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Courtney-O says:

Those shoes are wicked-awesome!!



Beth says:

I know, right? Sadly, they are starting to wear a bit (considering that they are fake leather since I don’t wear real leather and considering how often I wear them, I suppose this is not much of a surprise). I need to get a job so that I can buy a replacement pair (granted, I have yet to see a pair nearly as cool as these ones… and believe me, I’ve been looking!)



connie says:

hhhhhhot booooooots, woman!

and ps. did you notice they forgot “dr.” in the social eyes column? all those years for nothin’.



Beth says:

I *did* notice that they forgot the “Dr” in the social eyes column. My guess is that they don’t believe that one who looks so youthful could possibly be a doctor. Right?



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