I noticed this weekend that the VITA-Learn Conferencs page,, has the
graphic for last year's VermontFest and points to the URL, which does not appear to have a homepage. I emailed
Neil Manders about this, as he is the contact listed on the V-L website,
but that email bounced back as being undeliverable. I had cc'd Mike
Lambert about the issue as well, as he is the registrant for, hoping that he will do a redirect to the new site.

I'm still the registrant for (because I never seem to
follow through on transferring the domain over to VITA-Learn--a mistake
that costs me an extra $9 every year!), so I pointed it to the 2006
V-Fest page.

--Steve Barner 

-----Original Message-----
From: School Information Technology Discussion
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Ed Barry
Sent: Monday, October 02, 2006 10:20 AM
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Subject: The Perfect Conference for You!

Vermont Fest 2006 Reminder

Just a friendly reminder to register for VermontFest on November 2nd &
3rd at the Killington Grand!!

Attend great workshops, network with other educators, catch up with old
friends, win prizes, eat well, visit vendors, have a great time... and
learn something new!!

FREE Inspiration 8 software for all conference attendees.

Check out the great PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS on November 1st  including
one where you get a 5 mega pixel Olympus Digital Camera.

Visit and follow the links to

Hope to see you there.


Ed Barry
Director of Information Technology Services Milton Town School District
42 Herrick Avenue
Milton, VT  05468
(802)893-3226  FAX 893-3227

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