This morning in Barcelona, we went to the Plaça Sant Jaume to see the human towers also called Castell. A group of people try to build a tower and is considered a success if nobody falls during this event. The first one collapsed, but the others formed a perfect tower. Anyway, heading home this evening, let's hope the next DrupalCon is also in a city where at the same time a local festivity is going on!
I think a lot of people consider me as an advanced and up-to-date-with-the-new-tech-stuff guy. But I don't have a GPS in my car, I rather rely on good old map reading - off course, when the first commercial Openmoko is out, it's mine! Another - and allready quite old - technology is bluetooth. I don't have bluetooth capability at home, nor at work on my desktop - not that I really miss it. But here at Drupalcon, I have a laptop from work with bluetooth on it. So, during lunch today, I started experimenting with packages on Ubuntu to try and get photos, I took the last 2 days with my phone, onto the computer. apt-get install gnome-bluetooth and voila, I can finally select a picture on my gizmo, say 'send via bluetooth' and receive pictures on my laptop.
I never had such a bumpy descent in an airplane as today. First time I saw lighting so close and minutes before the captain assured us that the temperature was around 23°. It didn't really felt that way looking outside the little window. Turned out he was right of course, but it's less hot than last year when we were here at Constantijns wedding. It looks like I might sleep quite alright today! And be fit to join the Drupalcon tomorrow in Barcelona - altough I'm looking more forward to watch the game of Barcelona against Lyon wednesday-evening with a few cervezas!