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Jan 31, 2005: Spring Seminar Registration Now Open

Steve Krug and I will be teaching our pairs of day-long seminars this spring in San Diego, Boston (well, Cambridge really), and Denver. As usual, Steve teaches "Don't Make Me Think: The Workshop" and I teach "Enterprise Information Architecture: Because users don't care about your org chart":

San Diego, CA: April 7 (Lou); April 8 (Steve)
early registration by March 11

Boston, MA: May 12 (Lou); May 13 (Steve)
early registration by April 15

Denver, CO: June 2 (Lou); June 3 (Steve)
early registration by May 6

You can now register online, by mail, or by fax; take advantage of the discounts for early registration, for groups of three or more, and if you register for both Steve's and my seminars.

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Comment: gothic industrial music band (Feb 3, 2005)

Sounds like a good seminar

Comment: RTodd (Feb 7, 2005)

I agree with GIMD, excellent topic and I hope you sell out. Getting the IA message is no easy task and your success can only help the rest of us.

Comment: Lou (Feb 7, 2005)

It's funny how EIA always seems to attract the Goth crowd...

Comment: Helen (Feb 23, 2005)

could you give me information when is the May 12th workshop will begin and when is the May 13th workshop will be end?

Comment: Lou (Feb 23, 2005)

Hi Helen; both days the seminars run from 9am-5pm, with registration/continental breakfast beginning at 8am. Hope to see you there!

Comment: ITIL (Feb 28, 2005)

could someone please explain to me what this is abou. new to this world and am a little confused any advice would be really useful.

ITIL Asset Management Software Consultant

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