Gave a talk on a big piece of my dissertation, "Prosodic features of stance acts," at the Acoustical Society of America Fall Meeting in Jacksonville, FL. ASA is always interesting because it brings such diversity of methods, theories, and disciplinary perspectives - and that's just within Speech Communication. (This time, I took a water taxi with a kidney stone ultrasound-blaster, roomed with a rhino soundscape specialist, and had dinner with bat-song experts.) I especially enjoyed the sessions on sociophonetics and dialect variation. On the weekend, I took a day trip to St. Augustine - lots of interesting history, and matching architecture.