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No Fluff Just Stuff Anthology 2007

March 17th, 2007 Leave a comment Go to comments

NFJS Anthology Cover

I’m a huge fan of the No Fluff Just Stuff tour (yeah, I know – I could be seen as “biased”) and I’ve wholeheartedly recommended it to many, many people over the years. For those of you who have (inexplicably) ignored my advice, you can get a flavor of what a typical symposium is like by reading the latest and greatest No Fluff Just Stuff Anthology, Volume II. That’s right, for a low low price, you can have your very own copy of what will, I’m sure, be lauded as one of *the* great works of the 21st century (to point, the chapter on usability is top notch!) But don’t just take my word for it, see what Neal “let’s-see-how-many-books-I-can-write-in-one-year” Ford (otherwise known as the cat wrangler of the anthology) has to say here. You can order your very own copy from the Prags or Amazon (don’t forget, Anthologies make *great* gifts). Enjoy!

  1. March 22nd, 2007 at 16:40 | #1

    I did the tech edit for this year’s anthology and enjoyed it more this year over last year’s. I loved Nate’s article on Usability and it’s an area covered that isn’t usually addressed at the NFJS conferences.

  2. March 27th, 2007 at 20:23 | #2

    Thanks Greg, I appreciate it and I’m glad you liked the article!

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