Why Traveling Sucks

Posted by: Peter Brombergs UnBlog, on 12 Oct 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Traveling, especially if you have to do it for work, sucks bigtime. For years, I traveled all over Europe and the US, to a Microsoft MVP summit each year, not to mention at least one or two other developer events, either as a guest or as a speaker.The sign reads Welcome to Chicago. Theres nothing welcoming about anything though. Youre surrounded by a swarm of cranky people who were just cramped up on a long flight. Theyre late for meetings or connecting flights. Theyre hungry, thirsty and tired....

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