Friday, May 26, 2006

Technology: Netsquared conference

Britt Bravo asked me to post this on my blog about the Netsquared face-to-face conference, but you can also participate remotely:

On May 30-31st in San Jose, CA the NetSquared Conference will convene early adopters, technologists, corporations, philanthropists, and nonprofit and non-governmental leaders to discuss and take concrete steps towards using social web tools like blogging, vlogging, tagging and podcasting for social change.

You can participate in the conference remotely in 3 ways:

1. Participate in the NetSquared chatroom where speakers like Mike Linksvayer of Creative Commons, Scott Heiferman of and Robyn Deupree of Bloglines will be sharing info. and answering questions.

2. Chat it up in the Conference Hallway chat room. We're using for both chats which is super easy and user-friendly.

3. Post a question to be asked at a conference session, or write a blog post to start the conversation online. Just peruse the conference sessions (link below) and click on a theme and session topic that interests you. At the bottom of the session description you can add your question or blog post.

Also, we will have folks recording the conference for you on our blog: podcast: and vlog: you don't have to miss a moment!

For more information contact

So I'll definitely try to get involved somehow if I find some time, if only view the podcasts

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