Bags are packed and two presentations are about to be loaded onto my laptop, assuming I can resist this compelling urge to rewrite the rote-feeling introduction. Tomorrow I am off to San Jose to present to a group of web engineers at a large financial institution, and then at Open Web Camp IV on Saturday. Iâ€™m definitely getting my geek on this weekend!
I am then home for less than two weeks before heading out for my Philadelphia-Pittsburgh adventure. Climbing the â€œRockyâ€ steps in the midst of a heat wave: whoâ€™s brilliant idea was this?
In those few days in between trips, I am not only unpacking, washing clothes, re-packing, and getting re-organized; I am also getting my home office and adjacent living space ready for a film crew. Yep, a film crew!
The Fetzer Institute is producing a short (5-minute) documentary on web accessibility, which will be shown at their Global Gathering For Love and Forgiveness in Assisi, Italy in September, then subsequently made available on their website, YouTube, etc. Their production crew for the film has impressive credentials. The script writer in particular has done work for Frontline, MacNeil/Lehrer, NOVA, and others.
I am one of their interviewees. How I get myself into these things, I know not.
Thankfully I have already received interview questions and I will prepare my responses in text-to-speech, likely to be played on my iPad during the video interview. But one question requires some deep, reflective thought, which I havenâ€™t had a chance to do, yet. I pose the question to you, my wise and insightful readers; consider this crowdsource thinkingâ€¦
The Fetzer Instituteâ€™s work focuses on realizing and cultivating the power of love and forgiveness in peopleâ€™s lives. Do you feel there is a connection between universal design, love, forgiveness?
Discuss in the comment section below while I go triple check that I have my passport, iPad charger, andâ€¦If you enjoyed this post, consider buying me a cafe mocha. Thanks kindly.