Informal get-together in SF this Wednesday


Flash Meeting in San Francisco

Wednesday 6/16/04. 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Meeting Coordinator: Jay Cross, jaycross@internettime.com

Topics:

1. Post mortem on ASTD and TDF
2. Suggestions for fun places to meet
3. Whatever moves you

Venue::

ThirstyBear Brewing Company
661 Howard Street (next to Chevy's on Third)
San Francisco, CA 94105
415 974-0905
http://www.thirstybear.com/

How to identify the group:
Jay will wear his name tag from TDF

Notes:
This is an informal meeting.

The Thirsty Bear is the only combination tapas bar and microbrewery in the world. The tapas are quite good. You need not feel embarrassed if you are a non-drinker.


Posted by Jay Cross at June 14, 2004 08:06 AM | TrackBack
Comments

Question:

I just got the announcment for the emergent learning meeting this Wednesday. Just curious, how many people typically show up? I do plan to attend.

Answer:

These informal, impromptu sessions are new. Last time in SF we had a couple of dozen. This time around, I can only say that it will probably be between 5 and 50! Come early.

Posted by: Jay Cross at June 14, 2004 10:52 AM

Jay,

I attended ASTD2004 in DC. I would be interested in a summary of your post mortem. Unfortunately, I live on the East Coast so getting to SF is not a viable option for me.

Vicky Sandvig

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Posted by: Richard Nantel at June 25, 2004 09:02 AM

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Posted by: Jay Cross at June 25, 2004 09:45 AM

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