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Thursday, January 6, 2005

AALS—Day 2

Just when you thought they couldn't do it, the AALS has managed to hold its Annual Conference at a hotel that is just as big a rabbit warren as the Godawful Marriot Wardman Park.  Here at the San Francisco Hilton, conference registration is up six escalators and around the corner from the main lobby.  The message center is down the hall, around the corner, up two different escalators, down a hallway, hang a left, go down a short flight of stairs, go left again . . . .

There's a ton of stuff going on today, but this is being typed in the lobby of the Hilton, whose wireless network costs $.25 a minute to use, and so you can go read it yourself at the AALS website.

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