Here I am at the Kapellerput, a popular conference hotel in the Netherlands -- in the Brabant area of the Heeze -- surrounded by a "broad-leafed and coniferous forest" and wetlands. According to local legend, the Kapellerput (which means "chapel pit" in Dutch) has existed since time immemorial. Centuries ago, in a fit of anger, a Nasty Robber Baron known as "the Black Narob" destroyed a chapel that was reportedly situated here. Today, busy executives mingle and mix where Robber Barons and Serfs once roamed and the management prides itself on offering "all the room you need for inspiration." Even the bathrooms are, in their own way, "inspiring." They feature floor-to-ceiling glass doors emblazoned with the catchy slogan, "Make My Day." Actually, inspiration struck in more ways than one last night as one of my colleagues rushed headlong into one of these bathroom doors. To hear him tell the story, his head -- and the door -- were almost Kapeller-Kaput ...!