From an audience-engagement perspective – this was one of my favorite MinneBar sessions ever. Thanks to all that shared their burnout experiences.
On Saturday, I ran down to Best Buy Corporate HQ to present a session on ‘Do Not Track’ and one on Font Pairings at Minnebar 6
Then after grabbing a quick slice of pizza, I caught the first annual Stone Arch .5k race.
Yes – .5k. From the north end of the Stone Arch bridge to the front door of the Aster cafe.
Both events were not to be missed – and I’m glad I was able to make both. I spent the whole day smiling and laughing harder and longer than I have in quite some time.
For the goofy enthusiasm and community-building nature of both are why I love Minneapolis so much.
Additionally – I didn’t even need to change my clothes in-between.
Here’s me attempting to make the .5k interesting:
If you’d like a quick overview of the web font technology space – here’s a mind map I used a the point of conversation for my ‘Ban Helvetica – Or Why Ignoring Web Safe Fonts Makes Your Website Better‘ session at the MinneBar this past weekend (photo credit: Robyn Flach)
This is a test of posting through the feedseeder project. Something I’ll be demo-ing @ Minnebar, check the schedule for when.
MinneBar 07 Schedule Is Out – J Wynia
Aaron – I’ll see you tomorrow, my crazy’s all warmed up.