Community News February 2002
Posted on 28 Feb 2002
by Javier Velasco (mantruc)
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IA Cocktail Hour in Santiago de Chile
mantruc, our evolter from South America, hosted the first meeting of web workers with experience in Information Architecture in his city.
The event gathered 11 people in its first incarnation. It was a very enthusiastic conversation and they all hope to gather more people for next month.
IA Cocktail Hours take place every first Thursday of each month in several cities around the globe. This first step added Santiago to that list, helped in coordination by the people of Spain, who started their meetings a couple of months ago.
Spanish Invitation ahead:
Si hay algún Chileno leyendo esto y quiere unirse, visita esta pagina.
Shirley Kaiser was mentioned in a New York Times article for her writing about the accessibility of the Olympics web site on her blog. You can also read Martin's article here on evolt.org about the very same thing: Olympics Heading for New Accessibility Suit.
Milwaukee Beervolt: Outside temp: 30°F; outdoor patio at Trocadero Cafe and Tabac: 68°. Space heating rulez and everyone was comfortable. There were so many people from Madison that the next Beervolt will be March 1st (or is that date now called “DIvine”?) at the Weary Traveler in Madison. Pictures are available on Miriam's evolt member site.
Toronto Beervolt: Dean Mah was in town from Calgary for a concert, so we had yet another beervolt. Pictures are available on Rudy's evolt member site. The following day, Michele and Dean drove down to Niagara Falls and met up with the aardvark; additional pictures on Dean's evolt member site.
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