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Bahstahn: the Gathering

The Robot speaks truth: I will be visiting the northern reaches of the greater Boston area in the first few days of February to do some client training (which is one of the many things I do).  To celebrate, I’ve managed to pull the Markup & Style Society (which of course includes that simplest of bits, the inestimable Mr. C.) out of hibernation, get them to link up with the Build Guild, and have the two jointly sponsor a gathering open to all who wish to join us.  Welcome to the social!

This massively meritorious meeting of minds will take place on 2 February 2009 in historic Salem, MA:  here’s the Upcoming entry with all the details and RSVP action.  If you plan to be with us, make your voice heard.  Or, if you’re the fearsome and mighty Windhammer, who rumor has it may also be there, bring forth thunder!  On the Upcoming page.

Hope to see you there!

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    • Fri 30 Jan 2009
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    Received from BSA to sponsor BuildGuild event next week « Online Advertising Blog

    […] (he he, ha ha).  RSVP now, it’s going to be packed, especially with rock star’s like Eric Meyer, Ethan Marcotte, Dan Cederholm, and perhaps Rob Weychert in the […]

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    • Mon 2 Feb 2009
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    Received from Do you like the internets? | The Salem Insider

    […] for web professionals is hosting a special event tonight they will have a few special guests: Eric Meyer, Ethan Marcotte, Dan Cederholm, and perhaps Rob Weychert. If you are a web person then you know […]

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    • Thu 10 Oct 2013
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    Received from SimpleBits / Build Society, February 2nd

    […] As usual, my M&SS cohort Mr. Marcotte has written up a far better summary of the night’s events. As has Mr. Meyer. […]

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