Some housekeeping: a listing of where I’ll be over the next month. Feel free to ignore this one if you’re not the conference-going type.
Somehow I managed to pack my schedule in the upcoming weeks, so here’s a quick listing of places I’ll be (also now available in convenient sidebar form on most two-column pages on this site.)
Northern Voice is a brand new blogging conference happening right in my own back yard. Short notice, as it’s running in Vancouver on Saturday, February 19th, but I couldn’t pass it by. No specific speaking duties here, I’ll just be one of the crowd.
Though I suppose it’s possible I may be up on stage for at least a few minutes…
Next, on to South by Southwest in Austin, TX from March 11 to 15 this year. I’m pulling double-duty, on both a refresh of last year’s panel, “More HiFi Design with CSS”, and an as-of-yet untitled panel on what web design might look like in ten years with Mr. Hicks, Mr. Allsopp, Ms. Free, and Mr. Bowman.
And there’s also 20x2, a creative evening session billed as “Twenty Speakers. One Question. Two Minutes Each.” Having the distinction of completely missing last year’s, I’ve no idea what to expect, but I’ve got two minutes; should be fun.
Next up we have the just-confirmed stop at Web Design World San Francisco on March 21st and 22nd. I’ll be co-presenting “The Marriage of Presentation and Structure” with Molly Holzschlag, my distinguised co-author.
For those keeping score, I’ll be playing the role of Ethan Marcotte in a refresh of the WDW Boston session last fall, although I’m not quite sure I can bring myself to utter the phrase “pimp my own kool-aid”.
So that takes care of the left and the middle, finally on to a stop on the right. Flash in the Can runs from April 9 to 11 in Toronto, Ontario. I’ll be holding down the CSS fort at a predominantly Flash-oriented festival as I try and dispell the 5 Myths of CSS Design.
I suspect a meetup with folks from Toronto who actually read this site will be in order.