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Wed 2 Feb 2011, 04:23 PM
There are small additions and changes happening, such as INV211 now repeating Wednesday and Thursday, same time and place, which you will only know about if you replicate.  There are also new books available, new people with Twitter IDs.  Just a reminder.

If you aren't sure how, just click on the view action as shown below:



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Wed 2 Feb 2011, 12:36 PM
You may notice a few little blue arrows showing up in the #LS11 sessions database.  See below for an example.  The arrow means that one of the presenters has been so kind as to post their presentation on a blog or website outside of LSOnline, and thus make it available to the great unwashed (i.e., those of us who couldn't make it this year).  In this case, Rob Wunderlich has posted his presentation as a PDF, so I added a link inside the SHOW202 session, and from there anybody can get to the material.

Thanks, Rob!  I hope other speakers follow your lead (and that of John Head and Alex Kassabov and Ed Brill).  For everybody else, watch for those blue arrows.




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Wed 2 Feb 2011, 11:17 AM
While you luxuriate in the sunshine and warmth, I have been shoveling ice and snow.  Just so you know.

According to the IBM Press folks, the Mastering XPages book is sold out in the Bookstore there, but it is still available in the Virtual Bookstore in your sessions database (or via the link above).  I wanted to point out that the second most popular book in the Bookstore there is The Social Factor: Innovate, Ignite, and Win through Mass Collaboration and Social Networking, which may be sold out by now, but the second most popular book in the Virtual Bookstore is Lotus(R) Notes(R) Developer's Toolbox.

The best thing about all three books, and indeed the other 62 books in the Virtual Bookstore, is that you can order them from sunny Florida, and they will show up in frigid places like North Dakota  or Munich, Germany or Toronto, Canada even before you do, without your having to lug them.  Also, you can order most of the books in multiple currencies and with relatively local shipping, unless you live in Antarctica, in which case you are on your own.

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