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August 04, 2003

On the Road, Again.

August 4 - Baltimore to Syracuse
August 5 - Syracuse to Ottawa
August 6,7 - Ottawa
August 8,9 - Montreal
August 10-16 - Bop around northern New England (Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine) and then south, ending in Washington, D.C.
August 17-21 - Washington, D.C., for Adaptive Path Workshop.

Should I visit you along the way? Let me know.

Posted by peterme at August 4, 2003 05:58 AM

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Enjoy your tour -- it sounds like fun. I have to ask though, are you on this tour to lecture about usability? In any case, enjoy the goth-like archetecture of the government buildings in Ottawa. In the winter you can ice skate down the canals and I guess it's a great town to visit any time of the year. Of course, stay healthy and eat some veggies and fruit on tour -- resturant food will over-saturate you with salt and oils if you don't watch it. Have a peacy august -- Eric

Posted by: Eric Wolfram at August 5, 2003 12:13 PM

CLEAN AND BLAND....BLAND? I VISITED LONDON AND I FOUND IT DIRTY AND INHOSPITABLE! PERHAPS YOU VISITED THE WRONG CITIES IN CANADA - ALTHOUGH I BEG TO DIFFER ABOUT OTTAWA! I ACTUALLY FIND MONTREAL LESS INTERESTING! I DO NOT BUY THAT FRENCH CANADIAN CRAP EQUATING FRENCH WITH BEING CULTURED! PERHAPS YOU SHOULD HAVE VISITED CANADA'S LARGEST, MOST DIVERSE AND GREATEST CITY...NOT JUST IN CANADA BUT IN THE WORLD: TORONTO!

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