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Subject:June Meeting of SGML Forum of NY From:Chet Ensign <DOCCOE -at- IBIVM -dot- IBMMAIL -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 7 Jun 1994 11:12:50 EDT
> Can someone tell me what is on the agenda for the June 14 meeting
> fo the SGML/NY Users group?
Here's the announcement that went out in the mail. We don't have a room
yet, but there will be signs in the lobby.
Hope to see you there.
The SGML Forum of New York invites you to attend
SGML at Online '94
Date: Tuesday, June 14th, 1994, 5:30 p.m.
Place: Online '94 Conference Site
Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza
1605 Broadway (Broadway at 49th Street)
Agenda: 5:30 Registration and Opening Remarks
5:45 Keynote Speaker: Evan Owens, University of Chicago Press
"SGML Case Study"
7:00 David Silverman, Data Conversion Laboratory
Bob Hecht and Sybil Parker, McGraw-Hill's Encyclopedia of
Science and Technology
Our final program before the summer break will be held in conjunction with the
Graphic Communication Association's Online '94 conference. Evan Owens of
the University of Chicago Press will tell us how they implemented SGML.
David Silverman will talk about the services offered by Data Conversion
Laboratory, a leading SGML conversion service bureau. And Bob Hecht and
Sybil Parker of McGraw-Hill will describe the development of the Encyclopedia
of Science and Technology , a multimedia encyclopedia produced using SGML.
Please attend and help us top off what has been a terrific year for the Forum.
Look for the signs posted in the hotel lobby.
About the Forum
The SGML Forum of New York is a nonprofit organization devoted to the
exchange of ideas and information about SGML. Organized primarily as a user
group, the Forum seeks to promote an understanding of the scope and benefits
of the SGML standard and to further its practical application within a
variety of industries, including publishing, financial services, insurance,
pharmaceuticals, and telecommunications.
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