At the end of June, I was in Boston for the 2nd International Conference on Computational Sustainability. I think it had to be the most interesting conference I’ve attended to date; not only did I attend all but one session, I also managed to stay awake for each. The one session I skipped was to compose myself before the poster session — I was cold from the over-airconditioned space and tired from having arrived at my Boston domicile at 2 am that morning, more than 15 hours after leaving Toronto by bus (the driver for the last segment of my trip got lost… twice). During this time, I did manage to update the HTML5 version of Inflo (more about this in another blog) and get a fully-working read-only demo running (or another demo graph).
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