|May. 24th, 2006 07:27 pm even more insanity|
Gotta love this. An attendee emailed one of the office staff who a) does not read email to begin with and b) is not in the office since she's already at the conference, complaining about not getting directions and a schedule or a confirmation. I just emailed her back and told a bit of a fib... I told her some confirmations didn't get out. Actually, no confirmations got mailed. (I offered to type up confirmations for attendees. I typed up a letter for the speakers.) The thing that really gets me though is the fact that anyone got the idea that they would actually get a schedule before getting to the conference. *rolls eyes* Please. I had to fight to get them to agree to put out any sort of schedule. "But [the previous organizer] never put out a schedule." Makes me want to throttle someone. The previous organizer did not use the web. His only advertisment was ads that were printed well before the conference.
Part of me wonders if the people that vetoed my idea for how to publish the schedule (which is exactly how I did it LAST year) ever noticed that I did it anyway.
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