It’s been a great semester. I’m finally starting to figure out how to navigate ASU, which is a big, huge place. I sometimes say it’s like going to school in an airport. People are buzzing by all the time, you’re always looking for a place you can’t quite find, and there are planes flying overhead at all times. (The Phoenix airport is right in the middle of the city, so there really are planes flying over the ASU campus a lot of the time.)
At this year’s Conference on College Composition and Communication, I presented some work I’ve been doing at ASU’s SMALLab. (More about that later.) I also went to South by Southwest Interactive, which was good times. I hadn’t been to that conference in 15 years! I’m glad to see that it’s grown so much.
Next up is a trip back to Cambridge for the Media in Transition conference at MIT at the end of the month. After that is Games for Change in NYC, a trip to PBS for a meeting with the Engage board of advisors, and perhaps a visit to Beyond Broadcast in Los Angeles. But I might just cancel all of that and work on my writing instead. Looking forward to a summer devoted to that.