Minneapolis / St. Paul, Minnesota, USA

Aka Twin Cities Book Club.

Meeting announcements posted at: http://mnteractive.com/

Meeting Leaders:

Bill Dorman (bill AT semanticcircuit.com)

Christine Anameier (christine.anameier AT gmail.com)

Stephanie Hammes-Betti (stephanie.hammesbetti AT usbank.com)

Jennifer Bohmbach (jennifer.bohmbach AT gmail.com)

Garrick Van Buren (email AT garrickvanburen.com)

Joining the group:

If you're on the Twin Cities UX Meetup email list, you're on the UX Book Club list (they're one in the same). If you're not on the UX Meetup email list, contact Bill or Christine (above) to get added.

2009 schedule:

September 21, 2009

Book: “Tribes” by Seth Godin


Please join us for our next UX Book Club discussion Monday, September 21 between 6-8pm at Wilde Roast in NE Minneapolis, discussing Seth Godin's Tribes. Since Seth Godin is coming to the Twin Cities in October, we thought this would be the perfect book to read for UX Book Club. It’s not a User Experience book per se, but it is relevant to us. It’s also a great way to get warmed up for the upcoming MIMA Summit.

When reading the book, please write down your answers to these topics/questions and bring them with you – they will drive our discussion (yes, you can still join us if you haven't read the book):

  • Two things in the book that really struck a chord
  • One thing you either hated, disagreed with, or don't understand
  • Do you see the ideas in this book influencing your practice/job/work, and if so, how?


September 21, 2009 (please note the date change for this month only; normally these will be on the 2nd Monday of the month)

6-8 p.m.


Wilde Roast Cafe

518 Hennepin Ave. E. • Minneapolis, MN 55414


Future dates TBD

We will update this page as we schedule additional meetings.

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