Five Days in Atlanta
We're packing things up now after five days in Atlanta to attend NECC. The conference was good. I got to meet some new people at the WebQuest Birds of a Feather gathering, and got some nice feedback from my session Can Technology Make Us Wise?
While I was tied up at sessions, June and Alex went to the Martin Luther King Center and the Jimmy Carter Library.
Yesterday I heard chants and racket through the hotel window and looked down to see a pretty long protest parade. It was sparked by the closing of Grady, a hospital that serves the poor, but the parade included all kinds of causes. Pictures can be found here.
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