Jammin’ in Dallas

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I arrived at the hotel late last night. My trip took longer than expected, and once I got in Dallas, I got lost. (Go figure.) After driving up and down the one way streets, I accidentally found the hotel.

So far, I’ve had breakfast with Jonathan Snook and Jason Beaird. Met Bryan Veloso. Watched Jared Spool’s keynote presentation: “The Dawning of the Age of Experience”. Met Steven Ray, whom I have chatted with via Facebook, Twitter and more… Met a reader of my site: Luke Minker. (Nice to meet you, Luke. No one’s ever come up to me and said they read my site before!) And Rob Weychert’s “A Field Guide to Design Inspiration” was great.

So far I’ve had a blast, and it’s just getting started!

10 thoughts on “Jammin’ in Dallas

  1. Hi…just found your blog after surfing for Jam Session blog posts. It’s been a great experience so far! I loved Jarrod Spool’s presentation.

  2. Hi…just found your blog after surfing for Jam Session blog posts. It’s been a great experience so far! I loved Jarrod Spool’s presentation.

  3. Deborah

    I agree – it would have been nice to have WiFi at the hotel.

    Great conference! I give credit to the organizers, and of course, the sponsors. With an opening keynote by Jared Spool and a closing keynote on accessibility by Derek Featherstone, it was just the type of conference for my interests.

    All kinds of sessons by respected web professional leaders with easy access to the leaders made it an exceptional conference.

  4. Deborah

    I agree – it would have been nice to have WiFi at the hotel.

    Great conference! I give credit to the organizers, and of course, the sponsors. With an opening keynote by Jared Spool and a closing keynote on accessibility by Derek Featherstone, it was just the type of conference for my interests.

    All kinds of sessons by respected web professional leaders with easy access to the leaders made it an exceptional conference.

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