I get a lot of emails about new language websites. Often, they’re some kind of new picture dictionary or online textbook. These can be good or bad, but they rarely fill me with wonder and joy.
But every once in a while, I hear about an idea for a website that is just marvelous, and if I’m really lucky, it’s even implemented well. Bliu Bliu is one of those websites.
The Los Angeles workshops are starting to fill up, and I’ve gotten enough requests for East Coast workshops that I’ve set two dates: August 10-11 (New York) and August 17-18 (Boston). I’ll have venue information relatively soon.
Workshop 3: New York (Precise location TBA)
Saturday, August 10th, 2013; 10am-6pm
Sunday, August 11th, 2013; 1:45pm-5:15pm
Workshop 4: Boston (Precise location TBA)
Saturday, August 17th, 2013; 10am-6pm
Sunday, August 18th, 2013; 1:45pm-5:15pm
Prices are the same as the LA workshops: $195 per person, and $175 if you register by July 25th. Also, if you’re attending a workshop and refer someone, you both get $10 back.
Also, I’ll be extending the early registration discount for the LA workshops for another few days, until July 4th, 10pm. Information about the workshops is going out on a few mailing lists today, and I want to make sure people on those lists have an opportunity to take advantage of the discount before it expires. That’s it!