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My Lotusphere Schedule
Kathy Brown    

In case you're looking for me at Lotusphere, I thought I'd share some of my plans.

I'll be tweeting. Aside from my normal Twitter addiction, I've been put in charge of some other accounts for specific purposes. First, you can follow me, @kjbrown13, if you don't already. Please follow @NotesDevTips and @NotesAdmnTips, we'll be tweeting some tips that we pick up during the conference. Don't forget to follow @RunningNotes, send in a DM and it will be retweeted to all followers, hopefully fellow runners can coordinate for some group runs.

I'll be presenting. As I've already mentioned, I'll be speaking at Lotusphere. My session is scheduled for Wednesday morning at 10 AM in the Dolphin S. Hemisphere IV-V.

I'll be at the Nerd Girls session on Tuesday at 11:15, oddly enough in the same room in the Dolphin. Oh! And don't forget to follow @NerdGirlsRule to see what the Nerd Girls are up to at Lotusphere.

I'll be having a blast at The Great Geek Challenge. This looks like a lot of fun and I'm looking forward to this!

I'll be hiding behind someone. As a speaker in the Best Practices track, I'm supposed to be on stage for GURUpalooza, but there are going to be far smarter people on stage than me (or is it "I"? See. Not that smart.) so I'll just hide quietly.

Of course, I'll be using IdoCheckin to check in places. However, I do only connect with people on Foursquare that I actually know personally, so please don't be offended if I don't accept your request!

I look forward to seeing everyone!


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