The conference opened with an introductory seminar hosted by John Mayer of CALI -- Authoring Tools for Legal Instruction. I missed the first 30 minutes or so, having boarded a train that stopped only at Oslo Central. But I spent a pleasant time getting lost in the centre of Oslo, forming impressions as you do of an entirely new place, developing the cognitive map, etc. A recent article in the Guardian described Norway as the richest country in Europe, thanks to its oil revenues. I have to say I admire the way that, to a stranger, it wore its riches lightly. What I saw of the infrastructure was impressive -- the train services that would make a UK commuter weep, the information services for a non-Norwegian speaker, etc.