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Posting has been very sparse of late, and will likely continue in that vein for some time.  We just this week held An Event Apart NYC 2006, and it was a really great time.  The two-day format let us not only have more content, but also more time for interaction, which was great.  We’ll definitely be using what we learned in New York as we move forward to Seattle and beyond.  And can I get a round of applause for our wonderful caterer, amazing speakers, and even more amazing audience?  There was so much great conversation with the attendees that Jeffrey and I barely had time to speak with one another.

For those interested in the Seattle show, we should have more information in the coming weeks, but for now let’s just summarize it as the very best parts of the NYC show, condensed to a single day, with an all-new and thoroughly excellent guest speaker.  Sound good to you?  It sure does to me.

I’ve been working on an update to the Definitive Guide and a beginner-level book for another publisher—more details to come soon.  Okay, I know I just said that about AEA Seattle.  Sorry.

And then there’s the evolution of a fairly popular personal project into something substantially less bottlenecked, thanks to a great deal of help from a professional acquaintance, which should happen in the next few days.  Details should be— well, you know.  Third verse, same as the first.

I don’t think I have any more semi-secret activity to half-reveal, but if I manage to think of anything else, I’ll post some details when I can.

Ah ha ha.

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    • #1
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    • Fri 14 Jul 2006
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    Josh B. wrote in to say...

    The latter doesn’t have anything to do with Snook’s little project, does it?

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    • Fri 14 Jul 2006
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    Jeremy wrote in to say...

    Yes! AEA NYC was really amazing! The interaction with the community was just as important as the in solid knowledge and advice that was recieved from Eric, Zeldman, and the gang.
    Eric’s talks really helped to breakdown a lot of myths about CSS. I cant wait to read about it in the new edition of “The Definitive Guide”!

    • #3
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    • Fri 14 Jul 2006
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    Just Guessing... wrote in to say...

    I wonder if you are talking about S5Key?

    • #4
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    • Fri 14 Jul 2006
    • 1452
    Eric Meyer wrote in to say...

    I’m not directly talking about S5key, no, but indirectly I am talking about it and all the other enhancements that people have made.

    • #5
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    • Tue 18 Jul 2006
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    Jeff wrote in to say...

    Okay, so if you are talking about S5 then where can I get my hands on a zip the latest version?

    • #6
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    • Wed 19 Jul 2006
    • 1416
    Eric Meyer wrote in to say...

    Jeff: you can get it here on meyerweb, or head over to S5Project.org to participate (see my subsequent blog entry for more details). The latter will quickly become more advanced, and the former will eventually go away.

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