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Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Last week I spent three very warm days at the GNSI (Guild of Natural Science Illustrators) annual conference in Bozeman, Montana. It didn’t matter if it was a lecture, demonstration of different techniques, or a panel discussion - all parts of the program were very well organized, interesting and informative - from the early morning to the late night. I just wished that I had been able to be in two sometimes three locations at the same time and listen to the parallel sessions.
I warmly recommend the membership in the Guild.
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