Tomorrow will be busy. We will be presenting our curriculum module proposals from 9:30-11:30, then lunch, then I leave for the airport at 1:50. After the Newark Airport debacles from earlier in the week, I can’t say that I’ve ever dreaded going to an airport more. That includes going to the Guangzhou airport with an 8-month old we just adopted to take a 14-hour trans-Pacific flight back in 2004.
I’m scheduled to get back in Indy just before midnight. I certainly hope I don’t run into too many delays. Given my experiences with USAir, I’ll settle just for landing in Indy sometime before Halloween.
Anyhow, blogging will probably be light for the rest of the weekend. I’m looking forward to getting back home. I’ll have more on Reconnect later, but I will share that I had a very funny conversation with Bill Pottenger and a few others tonight about replacing academic deans with artificial intelligence software and how one might calculate the entropy of a tenure portfolio. That’s the kind of week it’s been.