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Jun 22, 2007: Fall seminar dates and locations

For some reason, Steve Krug and I got a jump start on planning our fall seminar schedule. Steve will be teaching a new seminar: an entire day dedicated "to low-cost/no-cost do-it-yourself usability testing". (The description is coming to his site "real soon now".) If the description isn't yet certain, the quality and value will be; you should never, ever pass up a chance to be in the same classroom with Steve.

Rosenfeld spelled backward is "Dlefnesor," which just happened to be the name of a large, lumbering dinosaur known for patiently awaiting its favorite meal, pine sap. (No, they didn't survive for long.) OK, so maybe I am a dinosaur, but I am going to continue teaching my enterprise IA seminar for one more season. I'll probably teach something new (like, um, this search analytics stuff) in the spring, but I'm not quite ready to teach a new class, and besides: the enterprise IA attendees seem to really like the seminar. So there.

OK, the dates and locations:

  • Chicago: September 20 (Steve) / September 21 (Lou)
  • Seattle: October 25 (Lou) / October 26 (Steve)
  • Washington, DC: November 15 (Lou) / November 16 (Steve)

Prices, early registration dates, discounts, and other details are available here. My seminar's web-based registration system is up and running, but I don't have a PDF registration form yet. Soon.

And hope to see you soon in one of those fine cities.

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