At WorldCon76 1 of Who Knows

Kage Baker would have loved this Con. It’s huge, amazing, rich in detail, full of truly unusual visuals and everyone is polite and happy.

This will be the first of several snapshots, due to the almost-total collapse of my computing abilities. My phone won’t reach out through the Convention Center walls, the handle broke off my computer case as I went to my room last night, and the conputer within died. I am now on my Kindle, AND a totally unsecured network, but hey – it’s a route to the world.

I will just be careful with my passwords. (FYI, most of them are SCREW YOU!)

Sorry, Dear Readers, I am in a funny mood. Discovering the new limits of my body is a sobering experience. Or, no: it’s a get drunk and howl at the moon experience.

But I am a mature woman, so instead I am sitting here in the Hub of the Con. I have my writing hat on. I have my writing necklace on. And I am writing.

Back in a bit. I need to find some coffee …

 

 

About Kate

I am Kage Baker's sister. Kage was/is a well-known science fiction writer, who died on January 31, 2010. She told me to keep her work going - I'm doing that. This blog will document the process.
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2 Responses to At WorldCon76 1 of Who Knows

  1. Luisa Puig says:

    Love this, your first snapshot of your Adventures at WorldCon2018.
    Glad you made it safely to your hotel and room.
    As for the electronic devices, well, all I can say is that they are all *wonderful* …
    … when they actually work.

    Alas, such gems of technology are often just so many stones, and even then not worth their weight in any currency, when they go kapoot. Thank heavens for the salwart Kindle. Hope it keeps you in touch with us whilst the adventure unfolds.

    If not, we (your loyal readers) will await with patience until you get home again (and/or get something up and running again during the weekend.)

    Have FUN! Enjoy the swelling scene!

    And definitely, keep up the liquids, in all their infinite mysteries. 😉

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