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Apr 03, 2003: For DC-Area Folks

Just a reminder that April 9 is the early registration deadline for my day-long seminar on enterprise information architecture (DC date: April 30). This is an ambitious seminar; I'll be providing guidance on how to both design and maintain a cohesive architecture in a large, distributed, politicized enterprise environment. I understand that there are a few government employees in the greater DC area; if you're one of them, you might find this seminar useful.

Don't forget that Steve Krug will be on hand too; he'll be teaching his own day-long usability seminar, same location, next day (DC date: May 1). There's a discount if you register for both; another discount if you register three or more from the same organization.

And Steve and I will be hosting a happy hour the night after my seminar for attendees and perhaps some other local userati. Steve's pretty damned entertaining, and after a few stiff ones, I am too. Hope we'll see you there!

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Comment: Chris McEvoy (Apr 24, 2003)

Thank You Lou.
You are the first person (I can find on google) who has used the term "userati" without talking about my list of people.

Not much of a meme huh.

Comment: Lou (Apr 24, 2003)

I'm pretty surprised at that. Well, if it's not much of a meme, it's at least pretty cool as illustrated by Chris' original concept: http://www.usabilityviews.com/userati.html

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