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Feb 20, 2004: Deadline for Twin Cities Early Registration

WARNING: narcissism ahead

Just a quick note for Twin Cities and other Midwestern folk: the early registration deadline for Steve Krug's and my St. Paul seminars is February 27, just a week away; don't miss out on the discount!

These seminars will be held in the Minnesota Children's Museum, which may sound like a strange location, but heck, my wedding reception was in the Ann Arbor Hands-on Museum, and it was a blast.

Anyway, the date for my St. Paul seminar on Enterprise IA is April 1, and Steve's usability workshop takes place the next day. We'll host the requisite happy hour the night in between.

Other spring seminar locations and dates: Dublin (April 27--Steve only), Washington, DC (May 7-8), and Seattle (May 27-28).

And in other news: Dirk Knemeyer was kind enough to interview me to get my take on, among other things, user experience. The interview recently ran in the always excellent InfoDesign.

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Comment: Donna Fritzsche (Feb 22, 2004)

Hi,
I think that holding the event at a Children's Museum is a huge plus. I worked at the Boston Children's Museum for a spell, and had a great time. Good place to foster creative thinking!

Comment: Joe McBride (Feb 22, 2004)

So when are you guys going to make it down to south Texas?

Comment: Lou (Feb 23, 2004)

Good idea; maybe the fall. Houston, Austin, San Antonio, or somewhere else?

Actually, I'll be in Austin in two days: http://www.iasummit.org/

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