NITLE: first impressions

This morning the man in front of me in the breakfast line was wearing a with Taz saying the following: “Me dad. You kid. ME RIGHT.”

Things are just starting to settle down a bit in Hays 104, the room we’ll be spending the day in. It’s a lecture hall, which is great for technology (power and wired internet, in addition to wireless, are available at every seat), but tends to stifle discussion. Interestingly enough: the room looks like it’s been recently remodeled, except for the green chalkboard (yes, chalkboards, not whiteboards) at the front of the room. Weird.

News: Last night’s session is available online, apparently, but we have not been given a link yet and a quick google search brought up nothing. You’ll know as soon as I do… (Today’s sessions are not being recorded, fyi.)

I’ll be available all day on Skype (username erinbrazell); feel free to contact me with questions, comments, concerns…

Ryan has been proudly maintaining and contributing to Language Lab Unleashed since 2005, and is the current President of SWALLT. Since the summer of 2013 he's been causing trouble with his all-star colleagues in the UMW DTLT; when not wrangling websites Ryan can be found doing strange things with heavy objects.

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