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@media 2006 , London, 15th-16th June

From: Patrick H. Lauke <redux@splintered.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 04 Jan 2006 20:41:17 +0000
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Apologies for cross-posting:

"@media 2006 Unveiled

http://www.vivabit.com/atmedia2006/

The @media conference returns in 2006 after an incredibly successful 
conference in 2005.

This time there are more presentations and panels, spread across two 
tracks, and more speakers, including Eric Meyer, Dan Cederholm, Dave 
Shea, Andy Clarke, Jon Hicks, Molly Holzschlag, Tantek Çelik, Jeremy 
Keith, Andy Budd, Roger Johansson, Veerle Pieters, Cameron Moll, Stuart 
Langridge, Simon Willison, Ian Lloyd, PPK, Patrick Griffiths, Gez Lemon, 
Patrick Lauke and Robin Christopherson. That’ll do for now, won’t it? 
More to be announced soon…

To be held at the prestigious QEII conference centre in middle of 
Westminster, London, this time around @media promises to be an even more 
lavish affair.

@media, Europe's foremost professional web design conference, brings 
together some of the world's most highly respected web experts to talk 
about the latest major happenings, best-practice thinking, and 
cutting-edge techniques in the world of web design.

The presentations and panels will tackle a multitude of aspects of web 
design, covering topics such as user-interface design, web standards, 
CSS, DOM scripting, and accessibility.

The multi-track, two day conference schedule is further built upon to 
provide plenty of valuable networking time and evening activities."




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Patrick H. Lauke
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