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NYC Report – 2

:: Day Three began this morning with a meeting at the Marriott Hotel that was kind of a bust. For $28US I attended a mentoring breakfast, and arrived to discover the meal consisted of bagels and coffee. To boot, no students or new librarians attended. *sigh* I’m learning that the costs in the hotels here for conventions are sky-high (duh), and that the unions tightly control all labour.

Last night, Geoff and I were among the guests of IOP at a cabaret and dinner featuring the legendary Blossom Dearie. In her late 70’s, she played a superb show, with a nice mix of songs, and was supported by a great drummer and bass player. Afterwards we had dinner, met new people, then repaired to a couple of division suites where we shared drinks and laughs with friends and colleagues, including Stephen Abram and David Stern.

The keynote speaker is underway, but I’m passing in order to prepare for my short presentation as part of a panel at 11:30, and to make a couple of quick stops in the exhibit area. The weather has been cloudy and muggy, but thankfully not all that warm. Thank Ghu we have air conditioning in our little room at The Leo House.

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