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May 14, 2010

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Voices That Matter Web Design Conference

While it is debatable whether I have a voice that matters, I'm over–the–moon excited to be speaking at New Riders' Voices That Matter: Web Design Conference from June 28–29 in San Francisco at the Mission Bay Conference Center.

The conference brings together respected industry authors and thought-leaders like Robert Hoekman, Jr., Dan Cederholm, Steve Krug, and Tantek Çelik.

I'll be speaking about microformats (of course). It will be a new format for me: 30 minutes to cover the essentials of what folks need to start publishing microformats right away. I'll be skipping the history, the finer points and just getting to the bones of the hCard and hCalendar microformats.

And I'll be at the conference for the entire time, available to talk and answer questions … preferably over beer (I'm partial to Belgian ales these days *hint, hint*).

$150 Off Registration

I know. This sounds too good to miss. And it is. So register today.

And because I love you (yes, you), use priority code WDASPKR when you register to save $150!

Save More With Early-Bird Pricing

But wait! There's more!

As an added bonus, this discount can be combined with the early-bird pricing, which has been extended through May 21, 2010. Be sure to register before then for this extra savings.

Be Sure To Say Hi!

If you are joining me at Voices That Matter, be sure to find me and say hello. I don't bite and I'm a sucker for making new friends.

Hope to see you in June!

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Toby opines:


Hey just noticed you have an article in the new issue of .net magazine; looking forward to reading it when mine comes in the post ;) Thanks for being one of the best sources making ufrmts accessible :D

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Emily responds:


@Toby - Thanks so much! My copy just arrived yesterday ... so exciting :)

I hope you enjoy the tutorials!

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