January 29, 2006 by Tim

So I need to do a tribute for today, but I’m going to postpone it. I
had such an amazing day at the convention today. I have a lot of stuff
to jabber about, but I’m going to save it for Monday.

But as if that weren’t enough, tonight was pretty awesome as well. My
sister, who is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music, took me to
the Berklee College of Music’s 60th Anniversary Concert. It was held at
the Wang Center in the theater district in Boston, and it was
completely sold out. And with good reason.

The event was hosted by Bill Cosby, with perfomances by Herbie Hancock,
Gloria Estefan, Michel Camilo, Juan Luis Guerra and most incredible of
all, Paul Simon. With a full orchestra and a medley of Berklee students
and alumni, it was a three hour exploration of music like I’ve never
heard before. It was incredible.

At any rate, I am pretty exhausted, so instead of writing a WEMas
gaming tribute this evening, I’ll catch up with two tomorrow. I don’t
really imagine that my little gaming flashbacks are so important to you
that any of you will get upset at having to wait an extra day for one,
but I just felt that I should give you a heads up anyway.

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