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Apr 01, 2002: Learn Good Stuff

As you're planning your spring conference spending, here are a few suggestions:

  • Steve Krug is doing his day-long thing on Tuesday April 9 in Cambridge, MA. You know Steve from Don't Make Me Think and his keynote at last month's IA Summit. He's promised me a cool T-shirt in return for this ploug. Actually, I'd just prefer to attend, but I'll be staying home, holed up with a manuscript.
  • The good folks at Adaptive Path are starting their series of three-day deals in Chicago in late May, swirling around the union and finally landing back home in San Francisco in October. Besides the usual suspects (Peter Merholz, Lane Becker, and Jeff Veen), a variety of interesting guests are on board: Marc Rettig, Paula Thornton, Thom Haller, Bill Curtis, and Bob Slote.
  • Finally, a plug for the Nielsen Norman Group's User Experience 2001-2002 Conference, which includes two days of IA sessions taught by Margaret Hanley and me. June takes us to San Francisco (June 2-6) and Sydney (June 17-21). Join Jakob, Tog, and the rest of the gang; hope to see you there!

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