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March 4, 2005


One of the unexpected side-benefits of being a sort of technological pioneer in the field of weblogs and MathML, is that I’ve made the acquaintance of a number of people from a field rather remote from physics and mathematics — that of web design, web standards, and web software. Each Spring, some large fraction of those folks converge on Austin for SXSW Interactive.

I’ve gotten several emails asking whether I’ll be around. Rather than break the “bad news” individually, I’ll post it here:

With my inimitable flair for scheduling, I have arranged to be at Harvard (up in sunny Cambridge MA), Mar 6-19. So, if you were hoping to meet up and share a beer, or some barbecue, it’ll have to be on some other occasion.


Posted by distler at March 4, 2005 10:09 AM

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