Savannah Airport

29 Jan 2008 - 4:21pm
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Jack L. Moffett
2005

I was just informed that my flight out after the conference has been
moved back to 5:40. Given that the conference is scheduled to end at
4:30, I'm guessing I'm going to have to duck out early. Is there
anyone familiar with the area that could give me an idea of how much
time I should allow myself? I want to miss as little as possible!

Thanks,
Jack

Jack L. Moffett
Interaction Designer
inmedius
412.459.0310 x219
http://www.inmedius.com

The World is not set up to facilitate the best
any more than it is set up to facilitate the worst.
It doesn't depend on brilliance or innovation
because if it did, the system would be unpredictable.
It requires averages and predictables.

So, good deeds and brilliant ideas go against the
grain of the social contract almost by definition.
They will be challenged and will require
enormous effort to succeed.

Most fail.
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29 Jan 2008 - 5:06pm
Vishal Subraman...
2005

It doesn't take more than 25 minutes from the venue to the airport
(its Sunday, so no commuter traffic!). And SAV is a small airport, so
it was a breeze getting through security and to the gates.

--
-Vishal
http://www.vishaliyer.com

On Jan 29, 2008 4:21 PM, Jack Moffett <jmoffett at inmedius.com> wrote:
> I was just informed that my flight out after the conference has been
> moved back to 5:40. Given that the conference is scheduled to end at
> 4:30, I'm guessing I'm going to have to duck out early. Is there
> anyone familiar with the area that could give me an idea of how much
> time I should allow myself? I want to miss as little as possible!
>
> Thanks,
> Jack
>
>
>
>
> Jack L. Moffett
> Interaction Designer
> inmedius
> 412.459.0310 x219
> http://www.inmedius.com
>
>
> The World is not set up to facilitate the best
> any more than it is set up to facilitate the worst.
> It doesn't depend on brilliance or innovation
> because if it did, the system would be unpredictable.
> It requires averages and predictables.
>
> So, good deeds and brilliant ideas go against the
> grain of the social contract almost by definition.
> They will be challenged and will require
> enormous effort to succeed.
>
> Most fail.
> - Michael McDonough
>
>
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30 Jan 2008 - 10:09am
kimbieler
2007

Actually, speaking of Savannah, I've been meaning to ask: How do you
get from the airport to the conference? Is there a bus or something?

Also wondering if there are other graphic designers going who want to
meet up.

Cheers,

-- Kim

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30 Jan 2008 - 12:26pm
Dave Malouf
2005

Hi Kim (and everyone else going to Interaction08),

Use the "connect" part of the web site (our crowdvine site) and
post a question there regrading who is going, how to get there, what
to do and creating meetups about topics.

http://interaction08.crowdvine.com/

Lots of peeps are there. many of which aren't even here.

-- dave

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