27 July 2006

Parent Hacks @ BlogHer '06: I may touch you inappropriately

I just arrived in San Jose for the BlogHer conference (it starts tomorrow), and I'm filled with 80% excitement and 20% apprehension. I'm going to be meeting people I admire for their talent, creativity and nerve -- people I've never seen before but consider friends. I can't imagine another situation in which I could say that and mean it.

If you're here, please say hi, and don't be surprised if I squeal and throw my arms around you. You've been warned. If you're one of those "personal space" types, you may want to wave at me from across the room.

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So, you're at BlogHer and Dad's at OSCON. I'd like to know the parent hack that allows you to work that out! :-)

Wish I was there!!! And if I was, I would welcome the squeal and hug!!! Have a great time and bring back some new Hack tips!

What's funny is....I'm touching you right now!

Oooooh, more, MORE...

I mean, hey! Stop touching me!!!

Brian: I've been found out. I don't actually have children. I'm a fourteen year-old boy.

Jaime: Thanks so much! Meeting actual Parent Hacks friends is such a wonderful experience...makes me think we should come up with a plan for Parent Hacker meetups. Somehow, somewhere. Who knows?

Meeting you was one of the highlights of the conference. You=awesome.

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