So, if you go to the website, it will give you the instructions on how to release books into the wild. I released ten books this weekend and had a blast doing it. It was fun trying to find places to secretly leave a book. I can’t wait to find out if someone catches them.
I left them in furniture stores, coffee shops, hotel lobbies, and gem stores. It really was a lot of fun, and I highly recommend that you try it. It’s a great goal to have in 43things!
Last year, just before I left Burma, I ate a few grasshoppers, aka crickets. I didn’t want to leave the country without giving them a try. They tasted like potato chips, except for the legs which kept getting caught between my teeth.
Word to the wise: bring dental floss if you’re going to chow down on crickets. And make sure you take some photos, because your friends won’t believe you if you tell them what you did!
The other day I spoke before 1,700 people at the EARCOS ETC 2007 in Bangkok, Thailand, introducing Rischard, the author of “High Noon: 20 Global Problems, 20 Years to Solve Them”. Then, I was on a panel discussion discussing digital and video imagery. I was nervous, and glad when it was over!