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Which means time is really short - less than a month. Hmmm.
I'm going to post a date and see what takeup we get. Don't have time for soliciting suggestions (particularly as the last two requests for suggested dates mostly got "they all work for me").
Friday the 4th through Friday the 11th. Would that work for you, Lucinda?
>6 LoisB: A ReadaThing is LT's version of a readathon - sort of a relay race thing, where some LTer is reading during every hour, somewhere around the world, for the full time of the RaT (that's been a week, recently). People can discuss what they're going to read, where, and details (what to eat, who's with you (cat, child, spouse...?)) in one thread, and in another say when and where they did read and (if they feel like it) discuss the book they read. It's fun.
It's fun, and not too hard to set up (it's creating the timeline that's the worst pain! I hate time zones...). If you want to help out, give me a PM and I'll chat with you about it.
And it looks like I'm going to be tied up all day the last day of the RaT (bah!). There's not _much_ to do, but an announcement of the end, at the proper time, is good (in the Logbook thread). Lucinda? Would you be able to do that, or are you tied up on the 12th too? I believe Jean will be without reliable internet then. So I may ask you to do it, PM.
Mostly I'm looking to groom more people for running RaTs. The more people who know what's involved, the more likely we are to have more RaTs - and I like having them, with or without running them.
Life has a way of getting in the way of a RaT...
Turns out I'm at a workshop on 4/12 from 10am until 4pm CDT . . . but will check in when I get home . . . but I think there's only an hour or so left at that point. Let's just hope that by then things are mostly running smoothly and all that's left is to post a "Thanks for participating! How did it go for you?" Thread.
Not really necessary, but it would be nice to mark it, I think. I'll try to check in - it's a programming conference so there may be good wifi - but I'll be on my phone which is a pain to post from.