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Re: Environmental Summit Sessions on News

Hey, Andy, all -

Regarding the Weds morning session on News - there's a PDF version of a brochure describing the benefits of RSS at

That Weds morning session will be oriented more towards teaching attendees "how to fish" - both publishing news and reading news with the swiftly emerging RSS news format...



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04/08/2005 08:02 AM

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Environmental Summit Sessions on News

(Apologies for cross-postings.)


On behalf of the Information Technology Workgroup of the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable, I would like to invite those attending the 2005 National Environmental Partnership Summit next week to participate in a session on Tuesday evening to talk about the use and distribution of news* in the assistance provider community.  The session will be from 5:00 - 6:30 pm in the Chancellor Room, L:3.


*As you know, compliance assistance, pollution prevention, and innovations programs as well as trade organizations use a variety of mechanisms to communicate with others.  Through websites, listserves, newsletters, and other outreach mechanisms they educate others about developing and promulgated rules and regulations, market their resources and services, and announce events, trainings and new initiatives.  For the sake of the discussions at this session all of these types of information can be considered news.


Agenda for Tuesday’s session: