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Speaking at Lotusphere again - different topic
Fri 21 Nov 2003, 10:51 AMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
Well, for the fourth year in a row, I will be speaking at Lotusphere, but for the first time, it won't be any variation of my rich text talk. This year I'm doing a talk on Advanced Lotus Notes/Web Coexistence, which is all about how to exploit some lesser known, or even well known, the features in R5, ND6 and ND6.5 to design once for both platforms, and when not to bother. The official abstract is:
I hope to see some of you there! For those of you who are going to miss my demo filled rich text talk, I still plan to include some fun and fireworks. Come and join the fun.
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What has been said:
74.1. Tom Duff (11/21/2003 11:16 AM)
Looking forward to it... Unless, of course, it goes head to head with MY session... :-)
74.2. Ben Langhinrichs (11/21/2003 11:34 AM)
Plenty of people for both sessions, although I hope they don't conflict, because I'd like to come see your session. (I still want to know whether you have a stool behind the podium to stand on <grin>)
74.3. Tom Duff (11/21/2003 12:49 PM)
You are SO bad... Just 'cuz you could stack Joe and I and we'd STILL possibly fall short of your stature... :-)
74.4. Ben Langhinrichs (11/21/2003 01:00 PM)
Heck, I wouldn't ever even think about height except that I get mail every single day with subjects such as "Bigger is better" and "Add inches". I don't have time to read them, but I assume they are evidence that being tall is really important to a lot of people... Right?
74.5. Tom Duff (11/21/2003 02:44 PM)
Uh, yeah, Ben... That's it exactly... :-)
74.6. Joe Litton (11/21/2003 09:21 PM)
Well, as for height (or lack thereof), my wife (5 foot 6 inches, vs my lofty 5 foot 4 inches) claims that there are advantages to being with a shorter man, especially being able to kiss without having to look up and get a sore neck :-) So while being tall may be important to some, being short has advantages as well. And while tall folks get extremely uncomfortable on airplanes, I only get rather uncomfortable.
74.7. Bruce Elgort (11/29/2003 02:05 PM)
I will definitely add this session to my "must see" list. See you in Orlando!