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 Meetup.com and Robyn Deupree of Bloglines will be sharing info. and answering questions.http://www.netsquared.org/remote#chat
2. Chat it up in the Conference Hallway chat room. We're using Gabbly.com for both chats which is super easy and user-friendly.http://www.netsquared.org/hallway
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.http://www.netsquared.org/conference/conference-sessions
Also, we will have folks recording the conference for you on our blog: http://www.netsquared.org/blog podcast: http://www.odeo.com/channel/41065/view and vlog: http://www.netsquared.org/tags/vlog/so you don't have to miss a moment!
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
So I'll definitely try to get involved somehow if I find some time, if only view the podcasts