I'm looking forward to speaking at Webstock, a web conference next May in Wellington, New Zealand.
This will be fun. I haven't been to New Zealand since 1987. It's such a long trip from New York City (something like 24 hours, I think) that I really should to try to combine this trip with some other meetings or conferences in the South Pacific / Australia / New Zealand area.
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