So, this trip has been a smathering of firsts where travel is concerned. For the first time, my luggage was lost and for the first time, I missed my flight.
It was an honest mistake, really. All week, I’ve been thinking that my first flight out of Springfield left around “noonish” (it’s a time). Turns out, that flight left around 8:19. I woke up and checked my itinerary around 7:50. My entire day’s been a game of catch up.
Luckily, I’m well into Wikinomics by Don Tapscott and Anthony Williams. The book appeals to me because it picks up where Convergence Culture left off, delving more deeply into the what Youtube and Myspace and Flickr and RSS and Wikipedia and and and…all mean.
I read the first chapter with this post from David Warlick in mind. I commented on the post and am coming to realize I’ve got more to say. I have to collect my thoughts first. I’ve had a nasty headache since Chicago, so thinking’s not going so well.
You’d think that would stop me from reading. Turns out it’s the falling asleep that stops me.