That is, (a) tremendous thanks to Pat and Sandy, who were the most
visible because they got stuck with the really evil tasks such as
hounding recalcitrant Inkshedders to get their forms and cheques in
on time (guilty!), as well as all the other people like Laura and
Amanada and everyone else who I can't even identify because this was
a truly collaborative experience in which all the people who worked
on it lost "ownership" in the good sense of what that means.
(And c'mon, Russ, you really did have to hike a long way to find
snowdrifts more than a coupla inches deep. It's snowing lightly,
wetly and horribly in Calgary at the moment; I think we got much
better treatment from the weather deities in Winnipeg, who poured
brilliant sunshine down on that frozen lake.)
and (b) my presentation is up in rough and ready format at
There's other browsable stuff at the top of the html pecking order at
as well, including some of the WAC stuff I was doing at Laurentian
the day before.
Mary-Louise: if you want something for the print Inkshed, you are not
going to be able to use my presentation wholesale, obviously, because
even if it were not too big, the whole point is that "native
hypertext" looks really stupid in print. Feel free to pick what seem
to you to be a few key nodes, though, and "construct me" in smaller
You're welcome to the "10 ways for Inkshedders to make CCCC's more
Long live Hecla! On to whereever-it-is next year!