Silicon Valley: Three days, three presentations
Typography: Going back to the future

April 1: Presentation at the Apple Store Ginza

Apple_ginza I'll be in Tokyo again this week (Tuesday, April 1 at 7:00pm) making a presentation in the theatre at the Apple Store Ginza. This time I will be giving an informal and visual talk on the creative process of writing, design, and marketing the Presentation Zen book. I did a similar talk on the topic in February at Design Matters in Shinsaibashi (pics and a link). I'll give away some books at the end of the April 1st talk. If you're in Tokyo, I'd love to meet you at the Apple Store. And as it will be Apple's anniversary that day, I'll have to mention a little Apple history at the beginning of the talk. (Details on the Apple Japan website. Talk is in English.)

Garr_ginza

Comments

Daniel Beck

Glad to hear you're coming back. Look forward to meeting you again!

Terri in Tokyo

very cool! I missed your last Tokyo presentation, very much looking forward to seeing this one, and getting the book.

GCM

I have been a pretty loyal reader of your blog for quite some time, and a big fan of yours. I have had a nagging question in my mind though for quite some time.

You do seem to give quite a lot of presentations in Japan. Is it because, the folks there are more design oriented, and interested in knowing more, or are there business interests in Japan, which take you there often? Or what is it, that draws you to Japan so often.

This is purely a curiosity question. :)

GCM

Jordan Trunner

I can achieve far extra than I've, and I'll, for why really should the miracle which developed me finish with my start? Why can I not lengthen that miracle to my deeds of in the present day?

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