Agree with Katherine on the misuse of "venue." This has been
cropping up frequently in recent SISO materials. A venue is the
location at which an event is held, NOT the event.

Duke


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> * This has probably been in multiple previous versions, but I just
> noticed that slide 5 says "4 venues held each year," which is a strange =use
> of venue. Events?
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> * There are some funny font size (and bold) changes on slide 19.
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> * I've enclosed and extremely lame first draft of my concept of the
> process slide we discussed in the SAC several iterations ago. In additio=n
> to demonstrating that I can't draw to save my life, it doesn't go as far= as
> balloting or maintenance of a standard. I'm lobbing it out at this point
> because the couple of times I've given earlier versions of this briefing=, I
> had to put a lot in the voice track to explain how all the pieces of our
> mission worked together to achieve our vision, and I think this is one o=f
> the strengths of our mission. I would insert this slide toward the end o=f
> the briefing, perhaps just prior to the summary, because this is the poi=nt
> at which the audience understands our organization enough to appreciate =how
> all the pieces fit together.
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> Please find attached, for your information, the SISO Overview (Version
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> This version is another step closer to an EXCOM approved SISO briefing.
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> Still some work to do, this is not finished and I would appreciate your
> comments by COP Tuesday 18th April 2006.
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> Regards, Chris.
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