This is a last minute post, but this weekend is the Royal Institute's conference that I first wrote about in January, with the title National Language Policy: Language Diversity for National Unity. It's being held at the Twin Towers Hotel in Bangkok today and tomorrow. Registration is a rather exorbitant $175 US for the conference--more information at nlp2008.org. Word has it there will be on-site registration.
I'm presenting Saturday at 1:45pm on the topic I previously posted about. Each talk is allotted a scant 10 minutes with 5 minutes for questions. Mine should come in between 9-13 minutes, and hopefully I don't sound too much like the Micro Machine Man.