8 November 2005

First Italian Information Architecture Summit

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The first ever Italian Information Architecture Summit will take place on 24 February 2006 in Rome and registration is free.

The main force behind this endeavour is the highly dynamic Emanuele Quintarelli, who has already confirmed me in an email that Peter Van Dijck, Peter Boersma and Luca Rosati will be presenting.

Although the main conference site is in Italian, I am sure that lots of information will be available in English, as Emanuele already blogged about it in English on his own site InfoSpaces.

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