I’m coming to the end of my month in the US and to be honest I’m absolutely bloody exhausted. I only have one major US leg to go and then Dear God I’ll be done and I can sleep in my own bed and spend a weekend alone and play a lot of World of Warcraft and speak to absolutely no one. This has been a pretty astonishing trip in many ways – I feel like I’ve learned a lot and experienced more and have reconnected with my larger community – but it’ll be nice to have a break from working out travel logistics and hotels every twenty-four hours. Speaking of which, I still haven’t actually booked the bloody flight from San Franciso to New York, and I have nowhere to stay there yet. Very bad! Too much to do! Concentrate Tom, concentrate!
On this illustration, knocked up on the train back from work this evening (by way of an attempt to get my brain to unclench), I would be currently just trying to work out flight number six for Friday, and worrying about getting to the airport in time for flight seven (Sunday morning). Fried!
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How did you do that illustration?
An hour with Omnigraffle on the Mac. I love Omnigraffle.
Are you trying to out map Matt? 😉 …and is ‘London’ the name of your North Atlantic submarine from which you launch your daring raids on US tech types?
ooh…i’ve just tried Omnigraffle! That’s a really nice application!
I have an automatic expiration date on travel. Once I’m away from home for 3 days I start to get a little grumpier every day. I’m surprised I survived SXSW. I’m amazed by your staying power.
Ah, the daily joy that is OmniGraffle… nice timezoning too.
For flight from SF to NYC try JetBlue. I use them for all my one-way, JITT (Just-in-Time Travel(tm)).
The flight will actually be from Oakland, which is relatively simple to get to on BART.
Oh Tom. I’m happy you’ll be able to sleep, sleep, sleep like Boboss’ newborn baby. Generic condolences on having traveled for a month!
If you’re a WOW Fan I think you’ll appreciate this…
heh. Discovered it this morning.
Just look at all that untouched land in the middle! Do you think they use the internet there, too, or is it just on the east and west coast?
(I hope it’s not necessary to point out I’m joking.)