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Going to Seattle

Next Tuesday I fly out to Seattle for Microsoft Search Champs v4.  I received an email several weeks ago inviting me to participate and, though I must admit to never having heard of it, after hearing a little about it I was very interested.  I had to sign a non-disclosure agreement, but I’ll share as much as I can after it’s over.  I see that Frederico Oliveira over at WeBreakStuff has said he’s going, as has Richard MacManus from Read/WriteWeb.  These two guys have some of the best Web 2.0 blogs on the net, so I can’t wait to meet them.

Like Frederico, I’m also very anxious to see the new Seattle Public Library’s Central Branch, so I booked my return flight as a red eye just so I can spend the afternoon exploring the library.  The only other thing on my itinerary is a great cup of coffee and taking lots of photos.


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» Searching in Seattle from Tame The Web: Libraries and Technology
I'm enjoying Michael Casey' photos from Seattle. He's out there for Microsoft with some other cool folk. He did what I would: arrive, get in the hotel and immediately zip over to see the new main library! http://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelcasey/tags/... [Read More]