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Karl’s Corner: Craig Cline passes

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The latest rumblings and ramblings from BinaryThing CEO Karl De Abrew. This week, Karl bids farewell to former Seybold Seminars Conference Director Craig Cline.

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Seybold juggles conference lineup, postpones Amsterdam 2005 event

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Having already moved its planned New York event to later
this year, Seybold Seminars recently announced that its
scheduled conference in Amsterdam will be postponed this
year, but will return in 2006.

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Seybold Report launches 2004 PDF Survey

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The Seybold Report has posted the third edition of its annual PDF Survey.

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Seybold Seminars adds two new focused events for 2005

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During the first day of its flagship Seybold Seminars event for 2004 in San Francisco, MediaLive International has announced a series of new events for 2005 to separately address the creative and workflow markets.

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Adobe’s James King among Seybold SF 2004 keynotes

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MediaLive has announced that Dr. James King of Adobe Systems is among its lineup of keynote speakers at Seybold San Francisco 2004, set for August 16-19.

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Seybold SF 2004 tutorials feature industry leaders

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Enhanced tutorial program for August 16-19 event provides in-depth training in content creation and publishing.

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Seybold San Francisco 2004 announces redesigned program

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MediaLive International has announced a redesigned, four-track conference program for Seybold SF 2004 (August 16-19), offering tracks in four aspects of content creation and publishing.

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Seybold Seminars hires editorial team, centralizes in SF

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Seybold Seminars, which recently centralized its editorial and conference content teams, has created a new Content Board to help guide editorial and conference development.

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XML & PDF: Competitors or Complementary?

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PDF and XML will be the main themes at Seybold Seminars Amsterdam 2004 event, being held April 18-21.

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