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Live Video Chat with Mark S. King Scheduled

By Mark S. King

June 24, 2010

This Wednesday, June 30, at 2:00 PM EST, I will be the featured speaker on an online "Webinar" seminar, hosted by Wellsphere, a partner of TheBody.com. Meaning, if any of my video blogs have ever made you want to talk, argue or scream back to me, this is your chance. It's an interactive experience!

WellsphereThe seminar I'm leading is called "Living with HIV/AIDS Today: Emerging Issues," and I will be chatting live on camera for about 30 minutes and then taking questions and comments from a chat room. That's where you come in! Just come attend this event online, and hopefully we'll get to interact with one another.

You don't need a web cam to participate. Just follow these simple instructions. So mark your calendar, and thanks in advance. It should be fun to "meet" some of the people who post on my blog or otherwise tune in!

TO ATTEND:

Click here to go to the sign-up page (this is like registering for the seminar). It's easy and free. The Webinar Channel is www.justin.tv/healthcentral.

If you would like to ask questions during the Webinar, you'll need to do a quick sign-up for an account on the host site, Justin TV, on the site. Again, free and easy.

See you there. In the meantime, please be well.

Mark

This article was cross-posted from Mark's blog at MyFabulousDisease.com.

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