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It's not likely that you'll see the conference program on the web,
but Toronto should have a bigger web presence than Seattle did. (It
does already.) Bear in mind that the above noted page is sponsored
by the host chapter and deals only with the functions that the host chapter is
responsible for, and this does not include programming. For that,
look to the head office. Maybe they'll get it together next year.
> does anyone know whether STC will present the conference activities on the
> WWW, so the we poor Europeans could participate virtually? Is there a URL
> for that purpose?
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