It’s early morning, though not nearly so early as I have been getting up lately. I’m more relaxed though. A contract programming project met its deadline yesterday, and my clients seemed pleased. A number of other things that have been pressing me this week have also come to fruition, or at least to an end. All that is left is NECC.
I’m packed, except for my computer (obviously), and at 5:30, I will begin my final preparations and Brenda will drive me to the airport for an 8:00 flight directly to Philadelphia. I’ve been excited about this NECC, probably more so than any other. So much is going on with education technology — so much that has emerged just in recent months. I feel like we are reaching one of those points in education where opportunities are making themselves loudly available, and it will be up to us, those who are going and listening, to spread the word.
As a counter balance, much of the Internet seems to be down. None of my sites are coming up, nor is NECC or the Whitehouse (none of them). But Google and Yahoo, both come through with successful searches.