Jill Sorenson rocks!

So I just left the Tools of Change conference where I managed to write 10,000(!) words while taking notes on my tiny, heroic Eee PC; met several people I had previously known only online; and learned that Marian Schembari and I have the same networking technique.

My plan was to drop by my favorite wifi hotspot, the library, on my way home to figure out which tiny item I might be able to write about today. But as I was riding the train downtown, I started reading a manuscript by Jill Sorenson.

Now, I can’t put it down long enough to think about all of the things I learned at TOC. I keep getting distracted by the eerie atmosphere of a somewhat deserted island surrounded by man-eating sharks and the steaming reunion romance about to play out between two people I totally want to see get together. (Thank you, Jill, for sending this one to me.)

So pardon me while I decompress from the digital conference by doing some old-fashioned paper reading.


2 Responses to “Jill Sorenson rocks!”

  1. 1 Marian Schembari February 25, 2010 at 8:54 am

    I’m totally sorry about the networking thing 😉

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