This week I am in Manhattan attending the Information and Network Security (IANS) Forum.
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Parking at Princeton Junction is often a challenge for me. If I arrive too late, I miss the opportunity to use one of the non-reserved spots. I made sure to get out early and catch the 6:39 express. Most of the people on the train were dressed in business suits. I have not worn a suit in a long time, and I wondered if I could get used to this sort of morning commute—something to consider.
Despite my best planning, I felt I was running late. I started walking frantically to arrive at my destination — the Roosevelt Hotel near Madison and W45th St. As I walked along 5th Avenue and I looked up and felt compelled to stop just for a moment.