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January 17, 2008


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Luis Suarez

Hi Mike! Great to know you would be heading to Lotusphere as well! I know you are a busy busy man and you will probably be going from one place to another, but I would love to be able to meet up with you for a coffee or two, or a drink or two! I'll be arriving on Saturday evening and leaving on Friday afternoon, so if you have got a free minute some time let me know. I have included my e-mail on this reply, if you would want to touch base further on.

And if we cannot make it, not to worry, some other time! I am sure we would have another opportunity.

Safe travels and hope to see you there! :)

PS. And, of course, I shall be looking forward to reading your blog posts on the event, because we both share the same interests you mentioned above.

Chris Miller

Mike, seems we have similar agendas. I have a plan, lets get in contact

Merry Morse

Along with the OGS, breakout sessions, mini keynotes, and jumpstarts, we run a User Experience Lab in Asia 4 at Lotusphere. In this lab you spend 30 minutes with a designer or researcher from one of our product teams. We have sessions on Lotus Connections and Sametime. We'll ask you to walk through some common tasks using the product and let us know what you think of the experience as you do it. We want candid feedback, and because we are the people designing the products, there's no filter between your comments and us. The more we show our work as we design, the better our final products can be. So, stop by and spend some time with us. And, if you like what we do there, tell others to give us a try. Above is a link on Mary Beth Raven's blog with more details on the lab.

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