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    Moving & Job Hunting

    ASSEMBLEME: Posting will be very infrequent over the course of the next month or two. My plate is completely full right now with moving to New York and finding a job.

    If you live in the Seattle area, you can come by and visit me and my fellow former iSchoolers at our Capstone Presentation event. A lot of interesting projects were developed earlier this year and it'll be interesting to see them all one last time.

    May 17
    Informatics Capstone Presentation
    6:30-7:15 -- Kane Hall, room 210
    7:15-8:30 -- Kane Hall, Walker Ames Room

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    Reader Comments (3)

    ohh. Okay we'll wait till you back to us. And good luck in job search! ;-)

    May 14, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterDmitry

    From a Los Angelino turned New Yorker who enjoys your blog:

    Good luck with the move! If you're looking for anyone to talk to about NYC, or the job hunt here, I'd be happy to talk with ya. =-)

    - Gabe (gabe AT avantbard.com)

    May 17, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterGabe

    Wow! Didn't know you had a presentation--sounds interesting! Hope it went well!


    May 18, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterKathy

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