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UX Book Club SF: Content Strategy for the Web, 2nd Edition

From: Scott S.
Sent on: Tuesday, April 24, 2012 12:29 PM
Hello fellow Content Strategists,

UX Book Club SF is a group of user experience professionals from
interaction designers, usability specialists and visual designers to
information architects and, yes, content strategists. I have attending
several meetings in the last year and have found the books and
discussions to be thought-provoking and inspiring.

This month the club has chosen Kristina Halvorson's 2nd edition of
Content Strategy for the Web, and they've asked me to moderate the
discussion -- tomorrow night. I know this is short notice, but since I
know many of you have already read both the first and second editions,
your perspective would be a great enhancement to the discussion.

There are 19 spots left. Here's the link to register:
http://uxbookclub...­

Here are the deets:

Join us for a discussion of Content Strategy for the Web, 2nd Edition
by Kristina Halverson and Melissa Rach. This discussion will be
moderated by Scott Storrs, Sr. Content Strategist at AKQA.

Event will be held at Mozilla, located on the 7th floor at 2 Harrison Street.

We will be charging $2 (plus processing fee) for this event. All money
will go to drinks & food.

Thanks,

Scott

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