Four months ago I attended a Drupal
users group and I was underwhelmed, so I'm finding myself in a rather odd position—I'm
giving a technical talk about Drupal at the 2010 Florida Drupal Camp tomorrow
(Saturday—at <shudder> 10:00 am! Oh bother!) about the
work I've done on “Project:
I'm not sure what prompted me to volunteer for the presentation, other
than misery loving company and a chance to rant about the sheer silliness of
the project (or maybe just the guilty feeling from writing about that Drupal
users group a few months back), but hey, I get a free trip to Orlando and
other than the unholy earliness of the presentation, it shouldn't be
And besides, what could possibly go
wrong with Smirk and me being out of town at the same time?
“Oh, Sean,” said Smirk. “You know better than that!”
“I know, I know.”
Bunny warned me about asking what possibly could go wrong. Bunny and I encountered heavy traffic leaving the Boca Raton area, and I-4 was almost, but not quite, a parking lot at 7:30 pm.
But even that wasn't the issue. Nope. At 11:00 pm Smirk knocks on the hotel door. Apparently, one of our customers decided that tonight was the perfect night to rework their entire network and needed our help.
Head, meet desk.
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