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May 16, 2006: Philadelphia Happy Hour, June 1

Todd Warfel and his friends at Messagefirst are sponsoring our Philadelphia happy hour the night after my enterprise IA seminar (and the night before Steve Krug's web usability workshop). Wow, last seminars of the spring tour; that went fast. Anyway, happy hour details:

Date: June 1, 2006
Time: 5:30 - 8:00 PM
Location: Eulogy Bar, 136 Chestnut Street
RSVP (recommended) to todd@messagefirst.com

Everyone is welcome, not just our seminar attendees; we organize these happy hours to help people in the information architecture, content management, usability, interaction design, and broader user experience world socialize and network. So please spread the word; hope to meet you in Philadelphia this June!

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Comment: Livia Labate (Jun 2, 2006)

Great to see the turn out!

Philly is becoming a really great place for UX professionals to be. We're getting a lot more people coming to speak (Lou, Steve Krug, Edward Tufte, Jared Spool, etc) and the job market is sizzling (I'm hiring! :) )

And just so everyone can be envious, I mean, know how many exiciting things Philly is cooking up for the UX croud, come check out Victor Lombardi June 7th, talking about 'Creating Designs of the Future to Influence the Present'. Free!

More info: http://www.cis.drexel.edu/PhiCHI/

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