1,103 Miles of Pure Connectivity

10 03 2010

1,103 miles. 17 hours, give or take.  Every inch,  every conversation and every one of those hours will be spent in a car during a road trip that will certainly culminate in public relations and technology bliss.

Tomorrow marks the beginning of the 2010 PRSSA National Assembly in Austin TX, so naturally, myself and four other Butler students have opted out of taking the typical, comfy plane ride. 

Instead, Robbie Williams, Maddy Barnas, Emily Elliot and I will be making the road-trip of all road-trips- a 1,020 minute adventure in an SUV that has been completely transformed into a mobile wi-fi hotspot.

Throughout the journey, all four of us will be blogging, tweeting, UStreaming and connecting to the fullest. 

We have no plans.  No itinerary.  Only a destination.

There is no editorial calendar for our posts or concrete outlines of what we would like to write about.  Instead, we will chronicle our journey as we see it, as it happens.

So follow along, try to keep up and join us as we experience 1,103 miles of pure connectivity.

Please feel free to chime in at any point in our trip, give us advice, the location of the World’s Largest Frying Pan and other oddball attractions, great food stops and PLEASE keep us awake!

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30 03 2010
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