If you were from the northern climates, Tuscon's temperatures were wonderful. If you were from the southern climes, perhaps it seemed a bit cool. But no matter where you were from, everyone agreed that CickerExpo was hot.
Arizona's Payson Roundup newspaper has a great write-up by Christy Powers on ClickerExpo Tucson, with a picture of Karen Pryor and Higgins, a beautiful black dog who helped with some live demonstrations. From the article:
Malcolm Gladwell, author of the books "Blink" and " The Tipping Point" writes a rather good article in the New Yorker this week about the both the power and danger of generalizations, and more specifically, what kind of generalizations are useful and what kinds are not.