I would like to thank Ian Murphy from blogging from the ISDC and all is PR work for the ISDC.

I would like to thank Gary Barnhard hosting and having the Hospitality Suite in his room and getting some of my favorite drink. I hope I didn’t keep you up too late.

I would like to Thank Tim Bailey the entire organizing committee for throwing such a great ISDC.

I would like to thank Josh Powers and Ed Burns for leading a hand with organizing when they were needed.

I would like to thank everyone who showed there apprienation of my efforts on the blog, the social networking comittee and other work on behalf of the NSS.

Ad Astra,

Karen Shea

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