Headlines for Wednesday:
|A||X||@0900 Go to IBM, sort out VPN once and for all|
|A||X||@2100 Meet with roommates|
|A||X||Arrange for cab|
|A||X||Copy all the addresses of people I might want to write|
|A||X||Check credit card bill|
|A||X||Check phone bill|
|B||C||@1710 Doug Hunter, Entrepreneurial Engineering Series, SF1105 : E-Mail from Cezary Niewiadomski|
- Thursday: jeans and a T-shirt for crossing the border and for commuting by taxi, red outfit for party
- Friday: dogear T-shirt, black stretch pants
- Saturday: jeans and a T-shirt
- Sunday: malong?
- Monday: jeans and a T-shirt
I've forgotten my laptop power cord at IBM (meep!), so life will be *very* interesting for the next few days. This just means that I'll be forced to keep a paper journal of my time then, which is not a bad thing.
Fortunately I have four hours of battery life if I'm fairly conservative about them, which should be enough time to grab all the important information and even last me through mail-check on Monday afternoon. I won't take my laptop on the trip, though, so I just have to plan everything carefully.
Here's the plan:
|Thu morning||Ride bus to NY|
|Thu afternoon||Settle in, prep for party|
|Thu evening||Greater IBM Connection, NYC IBM happy hour (also, NYC IBM bloggers meetup?)|
|Fri morning||IBM 39 Broadway|
|Fri afternoon||IBM 11 Madison Ave|
|Fri evening||Hang out with Ernest|
|Sat||Hang out with host, friends and other people who pass by|
|Sun||Hang out with host, friends and other people who pass by|
|Mon morning||Ride bus to Toronto.|
You can reach me at +1 416 823 2669. Whee!
The bus stop is just 1.5 km away from my residence. I'm splurging on a cab ride anyway as I want to minimize the number of things that could go wrong (and besides, the fall chill is starting to get to me).