Flying from Boston to Minneapolis by way of Chicago today. The second leg is through the middle of this:
Shouldn’t be much to see out the window.
But I’m looking forward to talking tomorrow morning at MinneWebCon. The title is The Intention Economy: What Happens When Customers Get Real Power. I gave a shorter talk by the same title to a small group at the Berkman Center a couple weeks back. The video and audio are here. This one will be for Web development folks rather than the somewhat academic folks that come to Berkman lunches. Should be fun.
I also expect to be hanging Monday night with other folks interested in seeing Carolina beat Michigan State in the NCAA championship game.
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