20 May 2008 6 am eastern

Flowers in your hair

An Event Apart, the design conference for people who make websites, has posted its San Francisco 2008 schedule. Join us August 18–19, 2008 at the Palace Hotel for two jam-packed 9.5-hour-long days of learning and inspiration with Heather Champ, Kelly Goto, Jeremy Keith, Luke Wroblewski, Dan Cederholm, Tantek Çelik, Jeffrey Veen, Derek Featherstone, Liz Danzico, Jason Santa Maria, Eric Meyer, and Jeffrey Zeldman.

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6 Responses to “Flowers in your hair”

  1. Josh Stodola said on

    I bet the title of this post reminded most people of the Mamas and the Papas. It reminded me of the rain, the park, and other things.

    Fix the tab order on your comment form!

  2. Colin Spitler said on

    I think it’s from Room With a View. Mr Beebe ROCKS!

  3. Craig Bailey said on

    Actually, it’s from “San Fransisco” recorded by Scott McKenzie, written by John Phillips of the Mamas and the Papas.

  4. Colin Spitler said on

    bummer, i tried

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