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iPhone-free London Smalltalk meeting

It seems that Mr. McIntosh (he of the Smalltalk apps on the iPhone fame) will not be at the meeting happening next Monday, but may well be at the September meeting, stopping over in blighty on his way home after ESUG.

For those who need to feel the presence of an iPhone, I understand that there will be at least one iPhone at the meeting this month anyway.

So, it's the usual venue at 18:00 on Monday 10th August.


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