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Conrad Gottfredson will be offering a seminar during the Interactive '96
conference and exposition that Softbank is offering in Atlanta May 12
through May 15. (You may remember that I asked for information on the
company and its presentors a while back.) I'm scheduled to attend that
conference. I would like to know if anyone else from this list is
planning to attend the conference and would be interested in meeting.
Senior Technical Writer
kentn -at- metrix-inc -dot- com
On Monday, April 01, 1996 9:05 AM, Melissa Hunter-Kilmer wrote:
> Two co-workers and I went to a wonderful seminar last week -- it's
> One-Stop Documentation. If you ever wondered how you could get your
> document read, not to mention work more productively with the
> folks, this is definitely the course for you.
> One of the biggest pluses of the course is its instructor, Conrad
> Gottfredson. He really gives a class what it wants; he's sensitive
> each person's work issues; and he's a heck of a nice guy who tells
> interesting stories.
> I don't work for his company and I'm not getting anything for
> course. I just thought y'all might be interested. If you want more
> information, call Softbank in the U.S. at 1-800-34TRAIN; outside the
> call 1-617-393-3635. Between now and the end of August, this course
> being offered in Dallas, Boston, Orlando, Philadelphia, Chicago, and
> BTW, this is a great course to attend with coworkers. Then you can
> buy in -- or argue -- at the same time. It's big fun!