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Subject:Re: SGML Conference From:Caryn Rizell <CARYN_RIZELL -at- HP-ROSEVILLE-OM2 -dot- OM -dot- HP -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 25 Oct 1995 14:40:28 -0700
Item Subject: SGML Conference
Thanks for the full description of the SGML/HTML conference. There are 2
of us at my division that are interesting in attending, but I noticed that
registration is limited to 100 attendees. Is the conference filled up
If you're a technical writer, manager, artist, engineer, or production
person, here's a workshop to help you recycle the information in all those
paper volumes up on the shelf, creating portable documents, Web sites, and
online information systems. On the first day, Friday, November 17th, you hear
from major vendors of tools for the markup languages SGML and HTML. The next
day, Saturday, November 18th, you hear from other writers, managers, and
engineers on their experiences creating web sites, hypertext documents, and
Sponsored by the New Mexico Kachina chapter of the Society for Technical
Communication, this two-day workshop will give you an indepth understanding
of these hot new tools. You'll be able to compare products, ask tough
questions of the vendors, hear how other organizations have recycled their
information, and schmooze with folks who face the same problems you do.
For a longer description, please send email directly to me at
jonprice -at- aol -dot- com -dot-