Selling the Piano, part deux

Since we’ve had absolute­ly zero inquiries from the posters about the piano for sale, I decid­ed to esca­late it a bit. It’s now list­ed on Craigslist. I tried to base the list­ing some­what on the poster (left out some of the mar­ket­ing, which to me always looks cheesi­er on web pages). If this does­n’t work, we’ll have to esca­late to the next lev­el, which will be, I think, the Boston Globe clas­si­fieds. I’m hop­ing it does­n’t come to that, but we’ll have to see.

Also, more doc­u­ments have arrived, notably a sealed tran­script from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Cincin­nati. That leaves the let­ters from HR Depart­ments, pass­port pho­tos, a com­plete phys­i­cal and the noti­fi­ca­tion from the Cam­bridge Police Depart­ment. I’m not too wor­ried about any of these except for the last two (and of those two the very last one for sure). Oh, and all the forms for Cana­di­an immi­gra­tion filled out, which is pret­ty mam­moth as well.

I’ll be in Van­cou­ver again in about 3 weeks, this time for a Multimedia/Technology/Internet con­fer­ence at the geo­des­ic dome that hous­es the BC Sci­ence Cen­tre. Ah, what a plea­sure it is to spell that with the ‘r’ before the ‘e’ again (takes me back to my days as a British student).