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   Tim Bray from the XML front lines

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  • From: Howard Katz <howardk@fatdog.com>
  • To: xml-dev@xml.org
  • Date: Tue, 04 Jul 2000 12:09:49 -0700

Residents of the Pacific Northwest and the Lower Mainland of British
Columbia might be interested to know that Tim Bray (who needs no
introduction here, other than to possibly point out his very interesting
new web-visualisation venture at http://www.antarcti.ca) is going to be
the guest speaker at the next meeting of the Vancouver XML Developers
Association (VanX) in Vancouver (Canada) next Tuesday, July 11. 

Tim will be reporting on "developments in the XML space, including
business, technology, and standards perspectives. Designed to be amusing
as well as informative, based on the principle that in dealing with
Internet reality, you either laugh at it or go insane." Anyone who's
heard Tim speak knows of course that he's an enormously entertaining
speaker and well worth whatever effort it takes to get out to hear him

The  meeting get underway at 6:30 pm at the RoundHouse Community Centre
(118 Roundhouse Mews) near the corner of Davie and Pacific in Yaletown,
doors opening at 6:00. Directions can be found at the VanX website at
http://www.vanx.org/next_meeting.htm. We'll have some finger food on
hand for those missing dinner, but be sure to show up early as supplies
are limited.

If you're driving in from out of town and need further directions or a
place to stay, let me know. We might be able to scare up some free
accomodation if you're intending to spend the night.


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