The International Macintosh Users Group presents:
Email Marketing and Globalization at ActionMessage
Group: International Macintosh Users Group (IMUG)
(A Forum for Multilingual / Multiscript Computing)
Date: April 15, 2004, 7-9 p.m.
Speaker: James Briggs (ActionMessage, Inc.)
Topic: Email Marketing and Globalization at ActionMessage
Location: Apple Computer, Apple Campus, 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino
Take Saratoga/Sunnyvale exit off 280, turn South into
Cupertino, turn left onto Mariani Avenue, left into
Admission: $4, free for IMUG members
Contact: Roger Sherman, (650) 859-5981
roger [dot] sherman [at] sri [dot] com
James Briggs will talk about "Email Marketing and Globalization at
ActionMessage", with emphasis on software technology and
international cultural, legal and business issues. ActionMessage
sells email marketing ASP services and server appliances globally,
with the most sophisticated internationalization support available.
James Briggs is a former software internationalization developer for
Netscape/AOL and eBay Payments, and currently works for ActionMessage
Email Marketing in San Jose. He is also active in the Open Source
community and has contributed to such projects such as Perl ICU
Open Webmail, winecalc, and the Perl CPAN source code archive.
Previously he has lectured at Unicode Conferences and the O'Reilly
Open Source Conference.