Still HerePublished 16 years, 11 months past
I’ll get back to the whole IE7 thing in a day or three. Sorry to start the conversation and then go silent, but I’ve recently learned two things.
- The week after announcing a new event over at An Event Apart (like, say, AEA Chicago) is always very busy as registrations come in, people contact us with questions, posts have to be written, and so on.
- The week before an event (like, say, AEA Atlanta) is always very busy with travel preparations, double-checking of arrangements, last-minute tweaks to talks, and so on.
So of course we’d set things up to have both happen the same week. With another conference on my schedule for the end of the same week as AEA Atlanta.
Anyway, as I say, I’ll get back to the blogging Real Soon Now. In the meantime, I have two new appearances to announce (in chronological order).
27-28 April 2006 – Iceweb 2006 – Reykjavik, Iceland
I’ll be presenting “The One True Layout?”, which will be a detailed look at the pros and cons of techniques debuted in Alex Robinson’s article. A bunch of other big names will be there as well, despite which I got top billing on the site’s speaker list. Ha! Take that, Mr. Dave “I’m Too Sexy For The Web” Shea!
12 May 2006 – Carson Workshops – London, England
This will be an updated version of the full-day seminar “Professional CSS XHTML Techniques”. Seating on these is quite limited, so you might want to register early and often. Or at least early.
That’s it for now. I hope to be back soon.
Damn! Maybe @Media will be different… (checking site)… Double damn!
You’ve bested me again, Meyer.
I meant to post this back in April but forgot.
Wow, you were in Atlanta April 3rd? I wish I had known because I live in Atlanta, and I would have attended. I didn’t think good web conferences ever came here — I thought they were always off on the West Coast or Europe and places like that. Please schedule another ‘An Event Apart’ in Atlanta sometime soon.