I’m going to @media 2006!

Since the initial lineup was announced a few month’s ago I’ve been wanting to go to @media 2006, but unfortunately money was such that it was an unrealistic dream for me. Until today, that is. After talking to my manager and pointing out the various useful sounding talks which are going to be given it was decided that I should go on the proviso that I made lots and lots of notes and gave a presentation about the conference when I get back. Hardly a hardship, is it?

There are a few talks I’m really looking forward to attending - specifically the IE7 one, Molly’s talk about Internationalisation, and Yahoo! vs. Yahoo! It should be a great few days, and I’m hoping to learn a lot, make a bunch of new friends and take a load of pictures to stick straight onto Flickr. Whilst this isn’t going to be my first conference, it is the first that I’m looking forward to going to.

So, is anyone else reading this going to @media 2006 too?

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  1. by trovster on May 10, 2006 02:58 PM

    Yup, me! Probably won’t be going to any of the ones you mentioned though!

  2. by Neil Crosby [TypeKey Profile Page] on May 11, 2006 06:56 AM

    trovster: Which ones are you looking forward to?

  3. by Nate Koechley on June 5, 2006 11:21 PM

    Hey Neil,

    Thanks for the comment over on my blog, and thanks for the plug for my Y v. Y talk (tip: it’s actually going to be YvYvY - three case studies). It will be nice to connect with you, as I’m a sometimes reader of your blog and enjoy meeting folks in person.

    My talk will mostly focus on choosing appropriate javascript coding techniques in response to where a project sits on the Web Page—->Web Application continuum of contemporary projects.

    Cheers, Nate

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