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Re: [BKARTS] Thank You from the Hybrid Book

And we would like to thank all of you and the Hybrid Volunteers for making the conference such a success. I have rarely returned from a conference so stimulated and energized. I look forward to the podcasts of the panels and sharing them with my students.

On a more personal note, it was a great pleasure being able to put faces to email addresses and even more talk with some of you Book_Arts-L community members. Thank you.

Thank you again,


At 11:07 PM 6/8/2009, you wrote:
The Hybrid Book team at the University of the Arts would like to thank all the speakers, vendors, attendees, exhibitors, and even those who were walk-in traffic at the fair for helping us make our events a success. We couldn't have done it without you.

We will eventually be podcasting the panels - check back at www.hybridbook.org in the coming months!

And once again, thanks.
Amanda D'Amico, Mary Tasillo, Susan Viguers, and Michelle Wilson
The Hybrid Book Steering Team


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