Re: The conversations at extro3 were as valuable as the talks

Michael M. Butler (butler@comp*
Tue, 12 Aug 1997 03:41:20 -0700

When a conference "clicks", the one feeds the other.

I saw that happening more often than not.

Of course, I'm biased about the presentation after dinner, because
I saw actual *progress* there. (big grin).

Is Ping on this list? If not, can we DRAFT him?

I'm still grinning...


At 12:01 AM 8/12/97 -0700, you wrote:
>Luke Nosek writes
>: How many of you would you say that the conversations you have at
>: many conferences, especially extro conferences, are as valuable or more
>: valuable than the talks and presentations.
>Hear, hear. One frustration this weekend was the lack of comfy chairs
>suitably arranged for chat.

Agreed. Also worthy of note is that the Doubletree staff is mostly new,
as was probably clear to experienced con-goers used to the more seasoned
Red Lion staff that has been supplanted.

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