Lisa and I went for a walk shortly after noon, on the grounds that there will be no time for exercise later. We walked through the convention center first, noting things like the Cheerleader Festival that I guess must be tomorrow. Then we swung past the North Market and down to the river, walked along it a ways to the Federal Building, then walked back to the North Market and picked up a couple of pasta lunches and took them back to the hotel, where we ate them in the con suite. My internet connectivity seems to be holding up for now. We'll see if it continues.
Now that we're fed and walked, and now that convention registration is open in the hotel lobby, I guess we'll go register. SMOFCon is pretty low-key -- it's not like there are Security Guards keeping people out of the con suite (the five-story central atrium).
The atrium is a nice social space in some ways, but it has one fault of being a huge echo chamber. I wonder what the non-convention guests are going to make of our people late at night.