I’m in Cincinnati, giving a talk on the future of RFID, and doing a workshop on innovation. I generally manage to avoid business travel– I’m not that much of a process facilitation person (I’m more likely to mess up a process than adhere to it), and I have more senior colleagues who spend a lot of time on planes, doing this sort of work. But it’s a short trip.
And it’s a chance to see Cincinnati. More specifically, it’s a chance to see the Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati airport; a couple airport limos; a hotel; and a conference center. I didn’t pack a coat or umbrella because I’m hardly going to spend any time at all exposed to the elements. (As Woody Allen put it, I am at two with nature.) Bruce Chatwin has nothing to fear from me on this trip….