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Mar 18, 2009: #10

WARNING: narcissism aheadYow. Headed to my tenth IA Summit. I'm thrilled that we've gotten this far; kudos to all the folks running the show, especially Samantha Bailey and Jennifer Bombach and, of course, Dick Hill. But really, I'm quite bummed.

The opening night reception is one of the highlights of the year for me. Until now it's always been held on the opening night. Which has always been a Friday. I didn't catch this year's change, so I'm showing up on Friday, missing out on all the fun. Dammit.

So a simple request to those of you who will be there and think of it: take a shot of yourself at the reception and send it to/post it for me. Wave, make the Sign of The Dyspeptic Polar Bear, whatever. It'd mean a lot to me.

I get in Friday afternoon and leave Sunday afternoon; grab me to talk IA and UX stuff, especially books and UXnet. In fact, Rosenfeld Media is hosting a UX Book Salon Sunday morning at 8:30 in the Flex Room (AKA the Venetian). Bring books to discuss if you can. Follow @rosenfeldmedia for late updates/room changes.

Update: Nate Bolt, co-author of the forthcoming Rosenfeld Media book Remote Research: Real Users, Real Time, Real Research, is looking for your thoughts and feedback. We'll meet for an enjoyable discussion at 5pm Saturday, likely in the Flex Room (AKA The Venetian Room). Follow @rosenfeldmedia or email me for room changes/updates. Hope to see you there!

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