17:25: After our train arrived at the station, we decided to walk to the convention center, it being only a few blocks away. When we got there, we couldn't find Worldcon registration. There were signs for a cattlemen's convention, but nothing about Worldcon. Oh, that's right: that was last
year.( Collapse )
19:30: We got back to our car with plenty of time to spare before they told us to be here. I fired up my computer and fished for internet access. There were four sources, one of which was open, but that one required a password once you connected. I didn't think it was wise to try running over to the nearest Starbucks with only fifteen minutes to spare. Besides, it was running with my laptop computer that may have damaged the other one to the point where it eats hard drives. So yes, I'll have to go more than 56 hours without internet access. Boo, hoo.