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[vox] (fwd) Microsoft Tech Talk on Windows XP

This sounds like a party we should crash! :)
Unfortunately, SacLUG meets that night, so I'm probably not going to
make it (Ian Kluft's going to be there, talking about GPS's)

UCD CS Club's website is here:



-- forwarded message --
Newsgroups: ucd.cs.club
Subject: Microsoft Tech Talk on Windows XP
Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2001 17:07:29 -0800
Organization: University of California, Davis

Have you heard the news,

Microsoft Windows XP, a brand new version of Windows has been released.  If
you are interested in Microsoft, or want to learn more about Windows XP,
what are its new features, new enhancements come out to Microsoft's first
tech talk. Come learn about the award winning, cutting edge, new technology,
get a chance to ask your questions, who knows you may be the lucky winner of
a brand new copy of  Microsoft's latest operating system.

Date: Nov 14th, 2001
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Place: Kleiber 3

-- end of forwarded message --

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