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#LS11 Wrapup and appreciation
Ben Langhinrichs    

It sounds like Lotusphere 2011 was a great conference, with a renewed sense of energy and focus on Social Business.  Whether or not that translates to Lotus products and business partner success remains to be seen. I am sorry I was not able to make it to Lotusphere, and especially sorry not to see all my friends who were there (and those who also were not).

For those curious, here is the final rundown of books purchased through the Virtual Bookstore in the Sessions db.  The top book, by far, is still Mastering XPages, which speaks volumes about where the developers at Lotusphere saw things going, but here is the full list.  Of course, you can still order through the bookstore or from the list below, or you can just hover over the links and see more information.

Thank you to all who supported the authors and presses that provide professional documentation and inspiration.  The more support they get, the

Updated totals: Feb 4 at 9:55am

Authors: Martin Donnelly, Tony McGuckin, Mark Wallace

Author: Mark Elliott

Author: Richard G. Ellis
Note: Additional orders may have been placed directly with Packt Publishing, as I cannot track those.

Author: Matthew A. Russell

Author: Karen Hooper

Author: Craig Schumann

Authors: Rawld Gill, Craig Riecke, Alex Russell

Authors: Keith Brooks, David Byrd, Mark Harper, Olusola Omosaiye
Note: Additional orders may have been placed directly with Packt Publishing, as I cannot track those.

Author: Chris King

Authors: David Coleman, Stewart Levine

Author: Ed Burnette

Authors: Joseph Anderson, David Byrd, Bennie Gibson, Barry Rosen, Brad Schauf, Tim Speed

Authors: Marie Scott, Thomas Duff

Authors: Marie Scott, Thomas Duff

Author: Terry Sanchez-Clark

Again, thank you for supporting these authors!


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