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Mitchell P. Davis -- Editor and Publisher of www.ExpertClick.com Mitchell P. Davis -- Editor and Publisher of www.ExpertClick.com
Washington, DC
Monday, December 7, 2009

 
Future News Wave

The Future-Intense Newsletter for You (Wednesday)

Dec. 2, 2009

Dear Mitchell,

Why live in the past or in the moment, when you can know the future or, at least, plan for it?

Future News Wave is where you can view upcoming events that might benefit and interest you -- and where you, yourself, enter items of future events for everyone else to see. Future News Wave is a free editorial e-newsletter from the Yearbook of Experts. Please visit www.Daybook.com or www.SpeakerLeads.com. There you can enter info about business and professional events as well as worthwhile social events -- or simply send along event information to daybookeditor@gmail.com.

[This is a free service.]

Future Events: www.DayBook.com

Highlights from www.DAYBOOK.com:

Future News Wave is a free editorial e-newsletter from

the Yearbook of Experts. You may submit event information,

at the following Web sites:

www.DAYBOOK.com

www.SpeakerLeads.com

[This is a free service.]

Or simply e-mail your event information to daybookeditor@gmail.com.

[More entries at the Web sites.]

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DAYBOOK

= Dec. 7, 6 p.m., Denver, Colo.

1900 Olive Street

[Johnson & Wales University, College of Business, Rm. 187]

Starting A Business

303-620-8076

http://www.denverchamber.org/Events.aspx?eventid=2215

= Dec. 6-7, Washington, D.C.

2121 Eye Street, N.W.

[George Washington University]

The World in 2010

The Economist will launch a first-ever summit,

timed with the publication of The World in 2010.

From high-powered speakers on pressing economic, business, and political matters

to experts on cultural trends, artists and musicians, the summit will be a feast

for the intellect and an opportunity to frame the year ahead with people who will move the headlines.

Featured Speaker: Daniel Franklin, executive editor, The Economist

http://worldin2010.economist.com/

= Dec. 15-16, New York City

340 West 50th Street

eBook Summit

[New World Stages]

http://www.mediabistro.com/ebooksummit/

visit www.Daybook.com

SpeakerLeads.com

Highlights from www.SPEAKERLEADS.com:

== Deadline to submit speaking proposal: Feb. 1

Oct. 26, 2010, Miami, Fla.

Edgewater Beach Resort)

Assoc for Technology Management and Applied Engineering Annual Conference

http://atmae.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10&Itemid=67#future

Contact: 734-677-0720

https://www.quickbase.com/db/ba2e26zb8?a=dr&r=8q&rl=bagx

== Deadline to submit speaking proposal: Feb. 15

Jan. 6, Boston (metro area)

American Historical Society Annual Meeting

http://www.historians.org/perspectives/issues/2008/0809/0809ann6.cfm

Contact form: http://www.historians.org/info/contact.cfm?u=perspectives

https://www.quickbase.com/db/ba2e26zb8?a=dr&r=vz&rl=bagy

== Deadline to submit speaking proposal: Feb. 25

Organization of American Historians

March 17, 2011, Houston

Hilton Americas-Houston)

http://www.oah.org/meetings/2011/

https://www.quickbase.com/db/ba2e26zb8?a=dr&r=9y&rl=bahx

Visit

www.SpeakerLeads.com

Contact Information:

Robert Devaney, editor of Daybook.com, 202-333-5000

daybookeditor@gmail.com

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