i will again be attending the premier futurist conference in the world.
More holidays. Not sure what i am doing in Alaska in October, but there you have it. Back to boston on Oct 13, 2004.
i am helping to organize OSCOM.4 in Zurich.
holidays!! back to boston on sept 7, 2004.
i will be speaking at XML summer school (wadham college, oxford, 30th july 2004) about the state of xml for end users. i will look at XML authoring and blogging as two areas where end users get in contact with XML. the talk will be followed by a panel discussion with andrew orlowski (the register), peter rodgers (1060.com) and steve pepper (ontopia.net), chaired by lauren wood (textuality). it’s bound to be interesting with panelists like these
back in zurich on august 1.
i’ll be in boston next week.
off to mexico with ben. back in a week.
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