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Jun 22, 2003: Yet Another Reason to Visit Portland

Nick Finck and friends are putting on the third WebVisions conference, July 18 in Portland:

How invaluable would it be if you had the full and undivided attention of a web expert such as Jeffrey Veen of Adaptive Path available to answer any questions you may have at the drop of a hat? Well, now you don't have to wonder anymore because on Friday, July 18th 2003 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon you will get that chance. Explore the future of the Web at WebVisions. WebVisions is a forum designed to encourage dialog about ideas and the ever-changing possibilities of web site design and development. The goal is to inspire the Web community and individuals to look at how the Web will evolve in the long run and visualize the possibilities. We will see you there. http://www.webvisionsevent.com

One of these days I'll have to actually make it out there...

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Comment: Peter Morville (Jun 23, 2003)

Plus, there's an AIfIA F2F event...a BBQ hosted by Nick after WebVisions:

http://aifia.org/calendar/

Comment: Nick Finck (Jun 30, 2003)

Yup... we'll be there. AIFIA members can email me directly if they want to go. Sorry, I can post the address to the public because it's at a private residence... well, and I need to know the exactly head count. ;) See you there!

- Nick

Comment: Liz (Jul 7, 2003)

Unfortunately, I won't be able to attend the Portland event. However, I just returned from Portland (OR) and had the best Indian food I've ever tasted, and certainly one of the best meals I've ever eaten. If you have a chance to get away from the festivities, I highly recommend Plainfield's Mayur:
http://www.plainfields.com

Enjoy

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