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Monday 07| 1|02
Fifth Annual AIGA-ED Summit

I will be attending the fifth annual AIGA Experience Design summit next week in Las Vegas. Should prove to be entertaining - especially since a bunch of us are going to see the Cirque de Soleil. Will you be there?

Posted by erin at 11:29 PM | in Conferences

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Hi Erin!
I'll probably be there...if the AIGA will ever reply to my email.

I made the unfortunate decision to pay for an AIGA membership when I signed up for the FORUM on the CHI 2002 registration website.

Apparently, CHI never turned over the registration information to the AIGA and until they do I can't get the "member rate" for the Advance for Design Summit. Bastards!

Anyway, thanks for allowing me vent...hope to see you there!

Posted by Brad at July 2, 2002 07:43 PM
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