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Tag Archives: Berlin
I am about to head into Berlin to join #okcon2011. As described at http://okcon.org/2011 (check that out for more info about the conference) “OKCon is a wide-ranging conference that brings together individuals and organizations from across the open knowledge spectrum … Continue reading →
Drum roll please… …drumming… And now, at long last, the much anticipated list of common assumptions that lead to a miserable conference experience: 1. There is reliable wifi available. 2. Your event is famous. There’s no need to tell anyone … Continue reading →
By far my favorite session at the Vision Summit 2011 Conference in Potsdam last week was Session 4 on Saturday, in which 13 social entrepreneurs were given 2 minutes each to present their projects. This was a really fun and … Continue reading →
My nefarious plan to cherry pick the coolest sessions at the re:publica conference in Berlin this week
My friends at New Thinking have once again organized a terrific lineup of sessions for this year’s re:publica, which is taking place later this week in Berlin. re:publica is the conference for blogs, social media and the digital society. Unfortunately, … Continue reading →