Got back on time from San Diego last night, which is saying a lot, considering what’s happening on the East Coast. On the other hand, fifty-five degrees and horizontal rain isn’t something you generally associate with San Diego, but it’s still one of my wife’s and my favorite cities. [As I’m typing this, we’re starting to get heavy rain here. It’s followed me home.]
The conference was great. Hans Norden along with the staff at the Rady School of Management at UCSD did a fantastic job of pulling it together. If you didn’t make this year’s event, I think they’re planning for another to coincide with monsoon season next year.
Personally, it was a hoot meeting several folks that I only know through this blog. Thanks to all of you for coming and for your enthusiastic participation.
I’ll be posting more over the next several days. In the meantime, Chuck Spinney has given me his presentation, Evolutionary Epistemology, for posting, and it’s up on our Articles page now. I’ve been watching this pitch evolve, if you’ll pardon the expression, since about the time Chuck first gave it. It just keeps getting better and better.
More stuff and impressions over the next few days.