I think you should look into the possibility. January maybe, or
February, give our attendees some sense of what "cold and dark"
really means :-) Much more productive when you can't leave the
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On Sun, 22 Jul 2012, Melinda Shore wrote:
On 7/22/12 8:04 AM, John Levine wrote:
You're not going to find cool temperatures again in July or August
unless you go as far south as Argentina or New Zealand.
Not only is there life north of the 60th parallel (N), there are
even hotels and restaurants and airports. Anchorage is probably
large enough for an IETF meeting, although trying to hold a meeting
there during tourist season would almost certainly be a mistake.