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I am coming down from NJ by myself, and it would be interesting to meet with
others on the list. I'll be in on Sunday, and will be going to the
conference meeting, and then to the evening gala. How about meeting at one
of those stops?
lmr -at- syl -dot- nj -dot- nec -dot- com
NEC Systems Laboratory, Inc.
> I would LOVE to meet other techwirlers who are attending the annual
> STC conference in Washington, DC. It would be nice to put faces with
> the names--except maybe in the case of Arlen where it might be nice to
> keep the mental image. (kidding).
> Eric, I know you are presenting. Any plans for a techwirler reception?
> or networking table? Anyone else interested in an informal get
> Let me know of any interest. I could offer my room at the Omni if it's
> not too large a group.
> Barb Miller
> National Renewable Energy Laboratory
> millerb -at- tcplink -dot- nrel -dot- gov