I'm going to Boise for 2 days to take the "It's Your Career!" class for employees in the IPG organization. Despite the "Up With People!"-esque name, it's supposed to be a pretty decent class. I've heard that part of it is based on the book "Now, Discover Your Strengths". I read the book and did the quiz at the recommendation of my boss a while back. More on my "strengths" later.
New Travel Rule of the Day (as announced while we were waiting in the security line): All small electronic items must be removed from your carry on bags and put in a bin. I only had the cell phone, jump drive, IPOD and IPAQ. The guy behind me had all that and more. That must be one of the reasons the line was moving slower than usual. They also had only one line with 3 TSA employees manning it. The 12 other TSA employees were having a meeting in one of the waiting areas, apparently reviewing the new rules.
While in Boise, I'll be making sure to have a Wednesday evening visit to Rembrandts, my favorite writing cafe in Eagle (right near HP). Funky atmosphere, good coffee, great treats. I'll also just grab a salad or sandwich and make a dinner out of it.
UPDATE: Rembrandt's does not have their menu on their website, but they have quiches, wrap sandwiches, salad, frittatas, lasagna, and more. Plenty for dinner. And, of course, the delicious treats (cakes, rolls, pies, etc).