I flew out to Seattle yesterday, for the Collaboration, Electronic messaging, Anti-Abuse and Spam Conference, which has started this morning (Michael O’Reirdan, the chair of MAAWG, has this morning’s keynote talk).
As the plane approached Sea-Tac Airport, we did so from the north, passing Seattle on our right. A young boy at the window in the row in front of me, travelling with his grandparents, looked out his window and exclaimed,
New York City!
No, said his grandmother,
That’s another city. That’s Seattle.
The boy recognized that she must be right:
This city doesn’t have as much... as tall buildings.
Indeed not. But that’s a
feature, not a