This proved to sometimes trigger my control-freak issues.
Yes, control is important to me, and not having control and/or being unable to Do A Thing when it needs doing... argh.
I am exceedingly grateful not to be the one creating the program book. Fixing pieces of it, awesome; creating the bits, not so much. (Except that I'm told that the bio-bibs are actually the largest part of the book, since they're the pieces that need to be separate files beforehand...)
Also, I tried not to reply to most participants/panelists' emails. That was not to ignore people -- I did forward messages sent to me instead of programming, for example. It's so I didn't have up to a hundred-odd additional conversations.
I told you I was a control freak.
So if you attend Readercon 27 and you were one of the souls who got email from me, or even if you didn't... I do hope you enjoy the con. I appreciate all your help, nice people.
My apologies for any troubles, trauma, or being nibbled on by tiny pixels. I swear I didn't tell any of the gremlins to send those. (What, no, I can't tell you what I told them! It's a trade secret.) Urm...
Next con: Convergence in Minnesota! Thence to Readercon. 8)