Off to Claremont
Just a note that I’m heading for a quick cross-country jaunt to present at the Claremont Colleges Media in Transition Conference on Saturday. If you’re in the LA area and want to hear some smart people talk about digital media – and also hear my presentation – I believe the conference is free & open to the public.
[And an early morning update – it was -11 degrees when I left my house this morning. California here I come!]
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