September 27, 2012


Please disregard any intentions I expressed of traveling in October, in particular a trip to visit 20 or so California clients. I’m under doctor’s orders not to fly for several weeks, and also don’t feel like driving (or walking) any significant distances. Any meetings I have in the very near future will either be telephonic, or else within a few minute’s drive of my home office in Acton, MA.

The story behind this is:

Fortunately, that’s all it is — no fracture, and the sprain per se is mild. But about 4 doctors and nurses have told me this is really unusual bruising. Nobody has offered a precise opinion as to how soon it will clear up, but I gather the good case is 2-4 weeks and the bad case is twice that.

I should have plenty of opportunity to blog.


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  1. Notes on the Oracle OpenWorld Sunday keynote | DBMS 2 : DataBase Management System Services on October 1st, 2012 6:02 am

    […] not at Oracle OpenWorld — and actually wasn’t planning to go even before I got dinged up — but as usual that won’t keep me from commenting. My bottom line […]

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