Today Professor Stewart Clegg at UTS, Sidney visited TripleEd and USBE. As part of the activities he gave a talk based on the paper “EMERGENT COORDINATION FAILURES IN FREELANCE IMPROVISATION: LESSONS FROM THE “ROAD OF DEATH”. Unfortunately the paper was so interesting that no photo was taken. The paper is based on a wildfire in Portugal that caught several people at a bad spot, that eventually killed them. The paper is an example of the darkside of improvisation and its consequences.