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[Event] Book Launch Party: Handbook of Usability Testing, 2nd Edition

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  • Jared Spool
    [ Apologies to those who receive more than one copy of this. ] Greetings, You re invited to attend a party to honor the launch of the second edition of the
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      [ Apologies to those who receive more than one copy of this. ]

      Greetings,

      You're invited to attend a party to honor the launch of the second
      edition of the Handbook of Usability Testing.

      Where:
      Cinghiale Restaurant
      822 Lancaster Street,
      Baltimore, MD 21202

      When:
      June 18, 5:30-7:30

      RSVP for the event: http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/776329/
      (RSVPing isn't required, but will help us make sure we don't run out
      of food or drinks.)

      Buy the book: http://tinyurl.com/53o56p

      In 1994, Jeff Rubin wrote the first edition of the Handbook. This
      became the bible of those of us in the usability world.

      Now, Jeff Rubin and Dana Chisnell have completely updated it. It's a
      marvelous edition, filled with insights and useful tips and
      techniques. It's a resource that every user experience practitioner
      should have at their fingertips.

      If you're going to be in Baltimore, either for the annual UPA
      conference or by choice, you need to stop by and help us celebrate
      this new edition. Co-author Dana Chisnell will be there, along with
      UIE's Christine Perfetti, myself, and a whole host of great people
      from the world of user experience and design.

      There will also be food, drinks, and door prizes, along with great
      discussion and probably some funky music. It will be great fun.

      We hope to see you there,

      Jared Spool

      Jared M. Spool
      User Interface Engineering
      510 Turnpike St., Suite 102, North Andover, MA 01845
      e: jspool@... p: +1 978 327 5561
      http://uie.com Blog: http://uie.com/brainsparks
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