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Dec 16, 2003: Today Denmark, Tomorrow Chile

More news on the AIfIA front: we're helping to sponsor one of the first IA-related events in Chile, happening this Friday, December 19, in lovely Santiago.

AIfIA also recently announced its sponsorship of a similar event in Korsoer, Denmark, happening in March. It's a blast to see the field getting so much traction internationally. AIfIA will be sponsoring more international IA-related events; I'll keep you posted.

One more AIfIA note: CMSWatch has joined AIfIA as a partner. Read the news release for complete details.

Other miscellaneous tidbits:

  • My pal Ed Vielmetti is a partner in SocialText, a provider of "enterprise social software". Kudos to Ed and gang; their Workspace product just won the PC Magazine Editor's Choice award in the wiki services category.
  • MJ and I are about to launch our own new venture. The baby (our first) is due any day now, so Bloug may be a bit quieter during the upcoming days. Or months. We'll see.

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Comment: ML (Dec 17, 2003)

Congrats to AIfIA!

Rest up...drinks lots of water...and walk around. Jet lag sucks.

Congrats and goodluck to you and MJ. Are there names picked out already?

Comment: Lou (Dec 18, 2003)

Thanks for the good wishes. Names? You mean labels, right? Anyway, we're working on'em. I think John Zapolski suggested "Meshach". Don't know if that was for a boy or a girl though!

Comment: Juan C. Camus (Dec 18, 2003)

Thanks a lot for include a note about our seminar on your website. We hope you'll come back on the next one. We're planning it for March-April 2004. We expect to make noise about IA here in Chile beginning with this event.

Best regards from Santiago de Chile.

Comment: Lou (Dec 19, 2003)

I'm guessing it's about done by about now; Juan, would love to hear a report on how it went if you want to post a report here.

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