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Re: Part II: Methodologies of Successful Collaboration & Standards
flared0ne   5/22/2012 11:42:28 AM
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Slide deck appears to be okay to me -- a continuation of the discussion yesterday in a larger sense. It DOES seem the title of this course could be "Principles of (interface, etc) Design".

What ~I~ would like to find out, more re infra-structure here -- what does Digi-Key and DesignNews mean when they say "qualified attendees"? Do they need to see a copy of my diploma? A current pay stub? A utility bill? My driver's license? "qualified" in what sense?

Among other things, I ask because I was an attendee of a previous series which promised a Starbucks gift card - and have not seen 'hide-nor-hair' of that. I wouldn't mind being "qualified" to perhaps win a tablet (is that JUST for attending TODAY's lecture, or attending this lecture all week?)

If "qualified" equates to "attends every lecture this week", well then tell me that. Then I will know and/or can weigh my relative priorities and tradeoffs.

Let's "collaborate" on this. Maybe "iterate" and "elucidate", too?



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