So I was interviewing with an IB for anSA position. I hadn't gotten an offer or anything, but after my last interview my interviewer told me that he really liked me and that my chances looked good. He told me to call him back in about 2 weeks to check in and see where my progress was.
So 2 weeks pass, and Thursday night I received an offer at a boutique AM firm, and they wanted me to drive up to meet over the weekend to negotiate the terms. This city happened to be the same that the IB was located in, so I shot my interviewer an email saying that I would be in town, and was wondering if he'd like to meet instead of speaking over the phone. He replied and told me that he was free Sunday and asked me what time I was planning on leaving, and gave him the time (it was early evening), and asked him what time looked good for him.
And that was the last I had heard from him, he never replied back with a time to meet so I just ended up going back to school Sunday night.
I thought I might get an email from him this morning since it was Monday, but I didn't get anything.
Does this sound like a ding? I'm leaning towards that, but it just feels very unprofessional to just leave me hanging like that.