Be "present" at Net2 Conference

Next week is the NetSquared Conference at Cisco Systems down near San Jose. A few of us will be there to participate and even present (Randy Moss) at the conference. Click on the orange Net2 badge over on the right column to learn more about NetSquared and the conference.

But anybody can participate. Here’s how:


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 net2@techsoup.org


They’re doing everything they can to provide a way for a lot of people to be involved. I may do some podcasting from the event by talking with other participants and presenters. More about that will appear here on FISpace.

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  1. I’ll give it a listen, David. I was just listening to the most recent Netsquared podcast on my way in this morning. dneff and I may just have to set up an Austin chapter here later in the year.-)

  2. This is very cool – thanks for orienting us to the upcoming meeting!

  3. I’m very impressed about how far Net2 is going to try to open up the conference in any way they can. Let’s hear it for the spirit of open source in the nonprofit community!

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