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Jul 06, 2004: The Inevitable Announcement

Did you think I meant Kerry's announcement? Heh.

Anyway, might as well make it official: Steve Krug's and my fall 2004 seminar dates and locations are:

New York, NY

September 7, 2004: Enterprise Information Architecture Seminar (with Lou)
September 8, 2004: Don't Make Me Think: the Workshop (with Steve)
Early registration deadline: August 6, 2004

Chicago, IL

October 28, 2004: Enterprise Information Architecture Seminar
October 29, 2004: Don't Make Me Think: the Workshop
Early registration deadline: September 24, 2004

San Jose, CA

November 8, 2004: Enterprise Information Architecture Seminar
November 9, 2004: Don't Make Me Think: the Workshop
Early registration deadline: October 15, 2004

As always, there are discounts for early registration, discounts if you register for both of our seminars, and volume discounts for groups of three or more. In fact, this time around we'll discount for any group of three or more, regardless of whether you're from the same organization, as long as you register at the same time. So call those pals from grad school and use our seminars as an excus to rendezvous.

And, as always, we'll organize happy hours open to seminar attendees and those who are too cheap to pony up alike. Notices will be posted here at Bloug.

Please forward this on to anyone who might be interested; thanks!

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Comment: Lou (Jul 20, 2004)

Just have added a London date (just me, no Steve K.): November 29, 2004. I'll be doing this as a preconference at the Online Information Conference: http://www.online-information.co.uk/ol04/conference.html

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