by admin 3. August 2004 03:30

Yesterday I received a call from the lions to invite me to a forum on Thursday. I was one of the randomly selected members for the forum. Unfortunately I'm now in Canberra for Tech Ed? Australia so I won't be also to make it.

Conspiracy theorists will of course immediately realise that this is a cunning plan from MS employee Frank Arrigo to deny the lions from receiving my expert comments so his beloved St Kilda has a better chance of reaching the last Saturday in September. Frank OBVIOUSLY organised Tech Ed? to be on at the some time as this forum.

End crazy man talk

Anyway, I'm at Tech Ed?. Come visit the MSDN stand and get a demo of the TV Prognosticator.

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