mark :: blog :: germany
Hot isn't enough of a descriptive word for Karslruhe this week; 34C with no aircon on the show floor or hotel. I'd planned on taking a few hours out to go geocaching but so far don't fancy waking the mile round trip. Instead I managed a couple of webcam caches yesterday and I'm waiting for the weather to break. Did a couple of talks today (for partners) but the big FudCon talk is tommorrow morning, which should be more fun. Got to play with a Nokia 770 (shame it doesn't have a nice desktop stand charger), and find out some more about Xen. Time to go find some more nice Eis.
Off to Germany tommorrow for LinuxTag, FudCON2 and a few presentations. Unfortunately I get the first talk on Friday morning, just after the social event on Thursday night. Or it could be fortunately - this means that I could possibly get away with lower quality slides if the event goes well and everyone drinks lots. As some light relief today I found some gummi worms to photograph for my "Linux Worms" slide and some cute playmobil penguins. I'm looking forward to some real Haribo made in Germany, rather than the inferior "made in UK" versions I bought in Macro. I'm also looking forward to visiting Deutsche Bundesbank to exchange all my DM cash into Euros!
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