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@media 2007 London

@media 2007

Yes! I've just booked my seat to the third edition of @media conference. I'll be attending the European edition in London on June 7th. This edition offers transcontinental editions: Europe, Asia and America. Woaw.

I have a soft spot for this conference. I've attended both the 2005 and 2006 editions, but I'll always remember the first edition, Kings College near Waterloo. It was magical. In an actual college, Patrick Griffiths managed to put together the crème de la crème of experts on web standards ans accessibility. The crowd was great. Packed in a little auditorium, the atmosphere was electric. I walked out of there on a cloud.

My memory cells are branded for ever with the talks of Jeffrey Zeldman, Douglas Bowman, Andy Clarke, Joe Clark, Molly Holzschlag and Jeremy Keith (a real eye opener).

A quick glance on this year's list of speakers leaves little doubt that it will be an brillant edition. Can't wait. See you there.

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