What were the best and worst features of my attendance at the W3C Technical Plenary?

Sessions existed in a quantum state between barely tolerable and a crashing bore
I was at all times viewed as a full and equal participant, even at a very large session with two other working groups. (I asked the first question!)

Notes and photos forthcoming (Cf. ; ).

I’ll mention up front, though, that, outside Harvard Square metro, Kerstin Goldsmith hollered the following at my retreating back, just as they do in the movies, or perhaps in Peanuts television specials: “You’re getting a hug, Joe Clark – whether you want one or not.”

I note with relief that Kerstin, whose name is pronounced “Chastain,” never made good on her ominous threat.

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