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03.09.2012 Posted In: Symposium 2012 By Rich Simon
We’re less than 2 weeks away from Symposium 2012 and in the frenzy of last-minute conference planning—honing my introductory speeches, rehearsing my Opening Night song and dance, checking and double-checking to-do lists, and more.
Looking back over all those meetings, I’m feeling grateful not only that the Symposium has survived all the social and economic tumult of these past three decades, but has continued to thrive and grow. How remarkable that, in spite of all the technical innovations that have transformed our lives and the very way we think about ourselves, there remains nothing like a face-to-face tribal gathering to energize and inspire us and offer us an opportunity to absorb the collective wisdom of our profession.