RE: Well, I Sure Won't Be in Chicago

Subject: RE: Well, I Sure Won't Be in Chicago
From: "Barilone, Marni" <marni -dot- barilone -at- us -dot- sema -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2001 14:56:15 -0400

Okay, let me ask you all this. I'd be willing to present at Interchange.
(and at the "as-yet-to-be-determined-not-STC Conference" but let's put that
aside for a moment) The question is, how can I be of value. I've been in
the business for quite a while. So, I could do a newbie session. I've been
in Telecom for the last few years so I could do a Telecom session. What
would you like to see? If not these, maybe some other suggestions?

-----Original Message-----
From: Amy Bucklin [mailto:abucklin -at- erols -dot- com]


In response to the recent thread about conferences and in particular to the
encouragement by some to get involved and propose technical presentations, I
wanted to let you know that there is a Call for Proposals for InterChange
2001 ( and that presenters do not have to pay
a registration fee for the day of their presentation. InterChange is
co-sponsored by the University of Massachusetts Boston and the Northern New
England and Boston chapters of STC.


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