Well, I may be Irish, but luck was not with me this past week. I had eagerly travelled to Richmond Hill for #ECOO12, looking forward to meeting my colleagues from Twitter. Tuesday I had the inkling of a sore throat and some sniffles, but by Wednesday, I was out for the count and had to cancel my presentation. But, for what it’s worth, here are the slides from what I would have presented.
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