IMUG maps and directions: http://www.imug.org/google/benghazi.html (No webcast, but we hope to record this and post it to YouTube.)
Addison Phillips is the globalization architect at Lab126 (creator of the Amazon Kindle e-book reader and Kindle Fire tablet). He is currently the chair of the W3C Internationalization Core Working Group.
Admission is free for IMUG members and host staff, and $5 for non-members. IMUG membership is only $20 for the first year, $15 for annual renewal, or $100 for lifetime membership. Click here to join, renew or pay a single non-member event fee via PayPal. Cash and checks also accepted at our events. http://www.imug.org/imug-membership-and-event-fees.htm
Please RSVP via Meetup by 5 PM the Monday before the event to help IMUG and our hosts prepare badges for you in advance. After that time it's still OK to RSVP right up to the last minute, as that will help us ensure enough seats for everyone! http://events.imug.org/
Many thanks to Zoli Stekkelpak and the Google i18n intergrouplet for hosting IMUG events at Google! For detailed directions, maps, parking info, nearby restaurants and more, see http://www.imug.org/google/
The Twitter hashtag for IMUG events is #IMUG408, honoring Silicon Valley's main area code. Yes, we'll be in 650 this month, which used to be 415, at the Googleplex, which used to be SGI. It's still 408! :-) Follow @i18n_mug: http://twitter.com/i18n_mug