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  1. Hi Sam

    I am on the programming committee for MIMA and would like to talk to you about the possibility of speaking on design research at our annual Summit, which this year is on 10/15/13 in Minneapolis, MN.

    Founded in 1998, MIMA is the oldest interactive association in the US. MIMA has over 1300 members in marketing, creative, UX, technology, interactive design etc. fields, coming from companies that range from Fortune 500 to non profits, large agencies to independents.  More information can be found at www.mima.org.

    The Summit draws about 1100 people and the tracks this year include Experience Design (my track), Data and Insights, Reputation and Influence, Digital Workflow and more. Our keynote is Nate Silver – pretty excited about that. Some preliminary info is here http://www.mima.org/events/event/2013-mima-summit Also check out last year’s Summit lineup at http://2012.mimasummit.org/ The speakers I brought in for the Designing Interactive Experiences track commented that they don’t see such diverse conferences much anymore. 

    Thanks so much for your consideration – Could be a good place to test put content for your book. I look forward to talking to you about this opportunity.

    Katie

  2. Sam,
    I am currently the president of the Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology. We would like to invite you to be a plenary speaker at our annual meeting this coming October. Our meeting is in Pittsburgh, PA. The plenary session we would like you to speak at is on Saturday the 11th. Thank you, Bob

  3. Hey Sam! The book looks FANTASTIC!

    Are you going to EPIC? Do you know why I can’t find your email address? (Possible answer: Erickson is a dunderhead for not using an old fashioned Rollidex!).

    Cheers,

    Ken

  4. Hi Ms. Ladner,

    My name is Lillian, and I’m currently a sophomore at Yale University. I’m very interested in ethnographic consulting, and I’m drawn to your own unique perspective on how to maximize the effectiveness of research. I was wondering if Copernicus Consulting is looking to hire interns this summer. I would love the opportunity to work for such an innovative company.

    Best,

    Lillian

  5. Hi Sam,

    My name is Riley Edmunds and I am organizing the annual user conference for Ingeniux, a Seattle-based content management software company. I would like to talk to you about joining us as a keynote speaker for the event on either 10/1 or 10/2 (2015).

    Here are a few details about this event:

    Conference Dates: October 1 – October 2, 2015
    Location: Motif Seattle
    Attendance: ~100 web professionals from throughout the US, Canada, and Europe
    Conference Details: http://www.ingeniux.com/userconference
    About Ingeniux: Ingeniux was founded in 1999 by a team of dedicated industry professionals responsible for designing web publishing systems for leading brands, including Electronic Arts and Microsoft MSNBC. Today, Ingeniux empowers leading organizations to build innovative websites and engaging online community portals across desktop, tablet, and mobile platforms.

    If you are interested in participating in this conference, please let me know by sending me your availability and speaker fees. Thank you for your consideration, I look forward to discussing this possibility with you!

    Best,
    Riley

  6. Hi Sam,
    I’ve watching the video of the 2 hour presentation you did at Epic Montreal last fall. I coudn’t get it in unfortunately but lucky me, the presentation was recorded and available on Epic’s website. I enjoyed every bit of it and found you so inspiring that I thought I would let you know. Your work makes so much sense for all of us (user researcher – ux designers and whatever the name is..). Thanks for all of this.

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