Thursday, October 23, 2003

Back form Chicago. The only internet access my hotel had was dialup or that LodgeNet device where you use the wireless keyboard and your TV. There was a cafe about three blocks away with Wi-Fi, but they closed before I could get back from the meeting.
While many surgeons don't like the ACS meetings that much, the college does know how to put on a course. I spent eight hours Monday and Tuesday in ultrasound courses that were execeptionally well done. A lot of hands-on with real people to scan.
Ate very well. Good steakhouse called Sullivan's one night followed by Maggiano's the next night.
Despite what the title to this post may imply, I found the airport screeners at both Hartsfield and O'Hare to be very professional and efficient.
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