Today is a long, exciting day.
The Web is actually a little older than 10. However, the conference will mark the 10th birthday of the World Wide Web Consortium, a group formed by the Web's creators to manage standards and organize the Web. The creation of this group marked a beginning for so much of what we do today.
My paper for the conference can be found on the Rose-Hulman website: Truth, Trust, and the Textual Camera: Nonfiction on the Web.
To get to Rose-Hulman, I will have to enter my own personal version of Richard Scarry's Cars and Trucks and Things that Go. I have to make many stops using many forms of transportation.
Photos will begin to appear online tomorrow, as I blog the event.