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October 22, 2009

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So much to study and learn, so little time! Sounds like it should be a stimulating evening Micheal. Best of success and fun!

will it be available as a podcast :)

Hi Suvrat - not that anyone's told me! It would not be easy, anyway, since my presentations are highly visual - I use Powerpoint as an excellent image display system rather than a requirement for the audience to read stuff. But thanks for asking.

Michael

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