I do not have time to talk about WisCon. I will not have time all this week to talk about WisCon. I will have time after next Tuesday to talk about Wiscon. Make that next Wednesday, because after-next-Tuesday is when I get to read Deadline.
However, I'm enchanted by something that happened at work today, my first day back after WisCon.
Coworker-who-I've-known-for-a-decade and I were discussing the weather, and how, despite having picked my bike up from the shop, I was not going to ride it home today (no bike gear with me at work, and also, while I'm willing to ride in the rain, I'm not thrilled about it). Coworker suggested that I use my umbrella to at least stay dry while biking (coworker, despite having biked quite a bit cwself, has clearly forgotten how much of the wetness involved with biking in the rain does not come from the sky). I responded with the (possibly incorrect) factoid that was not learned at WisCon that that would be illegal in Tokyo.
Coworker said, "WisCon made you weird."