… for planning my schedule shall be fired.
What was I thinking? I returned home from London after two weeks in the UK attending the OER14 conference and a visit to the Open University (plus a nice weekend in Bristol With David Kernohan and Viv Rolfe) (plus a bonus of seeing Yes at the Royal Albert Hall courtesy of @digitalmaverick).
Home Saturday night, wash clothes Sunday, squeeze in a week of catchup in Monday, and off Tuesday? Ohb and before I go, I have to submit grades for my GMU ds106 students.
I’m going to be riding a wave, that is… Riding the Wave conference in Manitoba, in the curiously named town of Gimli. Thanks to an invite from Andy Mckiel, I am doing opening, closing keynotes, 2 workshop, and hopefully some campfire strumming. I’m seriously looking forward to visiting with the Manitoba educators, including Darren Kuroptawa, maybe Rob Fischer? Matt Henderson? Where the heck is Clarence Fisher? And I will get to visit the weekend after with Darren and Chris Harbeck (DO NOT MAKE ME RUN, Chris!).
At least when I return on May 19, I have a whole 4 days home before the next travel jaunt.
@cogdog, I reckon you meant to have posted “CogDogBlogged: [Whoever] is Responsible…” instead. ‘Whom’ isn't in subjective case.
— Grammar Police (@_grammar_) May 13, 2014
So are you Grammar Police, who needs ya? FIRED!
The post "Whomever is Responsible…" was originally rescued from the bottom of a stangant pond at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2014/05/whomever-is-responsible/) on May 12, 2014.