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Oct 01, 2004: Local UX Activities

Sorry for the late notice, but in about an hour, the NYC conflagration of folks from AIfIA, AIGA, IxDG, NYC CHI, STC and UPA will hold their first of a series of "First Fridays" meetings. Tonight they'll be at Hell, 59 Gansevoort Street at Washington Street (in the Meatpacking District). For future reference, David Heller maintains a list of UX events in the NYC area, or just go to Hell and talk to Heller tonight.

More local UX coolness: in the Bay Area, Rashmi Sinha and Richard Anderson (of UXnet) have put together a highly germane UX discussion: "User Experience: Why Do So Many Organizations Believe They Own It?". Takes place 7:45pm, October 12; networking starts at 6pm. The impressive collection of panelists represents AIfIA, AIGA-ED, BACHFES, BayCHI, SF IDSA, IxDG, ACM SIGGRAPH, STC, and UPA; Stanford's d.School is the sponsor.

So many acronyms, and so many good local activities on the UX front. Wish I could be in both places...

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Comment: Ron (Feb 13, 2005)

I was just wondering about Hell's drug tolerance policies? Do they have any?

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