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Some of the topics for this conference that would be of interest to the CHI community include User Interface Design and Development, Usability, Accessibility, and E-learning applications. Please note that the deadline for papers has been extended to April 12, 2002.


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The call for papers for the 2002 Macromedia Conference is
now open -- JOIN US! -- submit your application at:

http://www.macromedia.com/v1/conference/

October 27-30, Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Submission deadline is April 5, 2002
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Attention :

The Call for Papers for the 2002 Macromedia Conference is
now open!  This year, Macromedia will welcome designers
and developers to the 2002 Conference. Submit your
application today at:

http://www.macromedia.com/go/mmconfcallforpapers/

In the past, Macromedia has hosted two conferences:
Macromedia UCON and Macromedia DevCon. This year's event
will enable designers and developers to discover how
Macromedia will meet their needs, and the needs of all
users and developers, as the Internet experience evolves
and centers around the blend of rich content, applications,
and communications.

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CAN YOU HELP?

Are you a technical expert?  Can you help attendees at
the 2002 conference achieve their full potential by
passing on your knowledge of Macromedia software and the
Internet revolution?

If you've answered yes to both of these questions, please
submit an application to speak at the 2002 Conference,
being held October 27-30 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

Conference presenters will receive a complimentary
conference pass -- valued at $1050 (U.S.) -- in exchange
for their services. Complimentary passes are limited to
one per session.

To apply to present at the conference, please visit:

http://www.macromedia.com/go/mmconfcallforpapers/

Please submit your proposal by completing the online
application form. You must complete the form in its
entirety in order for your proposal to be considered.

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WHAT'S NEXT?

If you are selected to present, your presentation will
be published in the conference proceedings and on the
post-conference CD.

You will also be asked to enter into an agreement with
Macromedia that defines your responsibilities and
establishes your deadlines. Although other presentation
formats are available, only Macromedia Certified Instructors
will present 90-minute, hands-on training sessions. (Few
exceptions will be made to this policy.)

For more about instructions and submission guidelines,
please view the FAQ at:

http://www.macromedia.com/go/mmconfcallforpapers/

For any questions not covered by the FAQ, please send an
e-mail message to:

[log in to unmask]

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DEADLINES:

All submissions are due to Macromedia by April 5, 2002.
Notifications will be sent during the week of May 27th, 2002.

We look forward to receiving your application and appreciate
your desire to help make the 2002 conference a success.

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Best regards,

Macromedia 2002 Conference Committee
Macromedia, Inc.

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