Saturday in the 'Lumbus...
Hi to everyone who attended my session on promoting yourself online at the Central Ohio conference this past Saturday. (I hope a you are all visiting my blog and the other blogs and websites we talked about.) I wasn't at this event for long--I arrived about an hour before my session, then left a few minutes after. But here are a few things I learned (mostly from the drive):
- PowerPoint is fun! I had no technical difficulties at all (except when I tried to use the remote).
- The 50th most popular song on the Billboard chart in 1979 was the "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" by the Charlie Daniels Band (Thank you Casey Kasem and XM Radio.)
- The most interesting site on the drive from the 'Nati to the 'Lumbus is the "Hell Is Real" Billboard.
- I really love and appreciate trucks. (It's Murray's fault.) I was getting excited when I'd see a big tractor trailer or a concrete mixer or a group of construction trucks on the side of the road. I saw a couple of flatbed trucks hauling what I can only conclude are pieces of UFOs--they were the strangest looking huge pointy things I've ever seen. They looked sort of like giant space-age jacks.