Well, I was nervous. I was, ulp, the featured speaker of a 3-day symposium on sustainability and to tell the truth, I'm more comfortable with a lower profile. Plus this was a bunch of competent people. By the time the room filled up, there were 100 people, and I'd say that just about every one of them could build and/or grow and/or create wonderful objects with their very own hands.
Plus the the MacAir, as it is mysteriously wont to do, was not speaking to the Epson projector (in a language the Epson could understand). I was sweating it. Helpless with the complexities of the digital world. (Doing slide shows with a Carousel projector back in the day was way less risky. Slides in slots. I could see them, etc.)
We finally got rolling, with some tech advice from the crowd. "Hit option-command-escape." Well OK.
It was the 12th slideshow I've done now, and people all over the country seem to be interested in tiny homes. I told them something that has occurred to me lately,that it's not necessary for everyone to live in a tiny home. The message here is to go in the direction of smaller. Rather than larger.
I'm doing a talk at noon today on communication, how I get pics and info into regular books, e-books, newsletters, and blog posts. Methods, materials, techniques. Photography and interviews and email communication. Then back to Duluth and home sweet home Monday. What a great trip this has been!