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Mar 25, 2010: See you in Old Ann Arbor?

Sorry so little blogging of late. Busy as hell pontificating and such over at Twitter (both @louisrosenfeld and @rosenfeldmedia; I guess I was meant to communicate in 140 or fewer characters. (I'll admit, it is quite liberating!) In general, I'm busy as hell, and many things are falling off the plate.

Tweeting aside, I still do have a day job or three. One is teaching my full-day workshops. I've got two coming up next week in my old, wonderful hometown of Ann Arbor, Michigan, sponsored by the Merit Network. On Tuesday March 30, I'm bringing back (by popular demand! I've always wanted to say that) my "Enterprise Information Architecture: Because users don't care about your org chart" seminar. I think I retired it prematurely; it seems more relevant today than ever. And on Wednesday, March 31, I'll teach my "Site Search Analytics for a Better User Experience" workshop, with fresh stuff as we inch toward finishing the book on the same topic. A few spaces are still open for both days; register here.

And on Tuesday night, Michigan UPA is sponsoring a happy hour in my honor from 7-9 at the Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti. Please RSVP please, if you please.

Many thanks to Andy Rosenzweig of Merit and Dave Mitropolous-Rundus of MiUPA for hosting me. I hope to see you somewhere in Washtenaw County next week.

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