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  1. Seems a real closed event, heard from pressy contacts that some big big names that should be there by default got that same form letter. A real conference or ‘more I’m-only-inviting-my-elitest-swarmy-friends’ FOO Camp redux?

  2. Seems a real closed event, heard from pressy contacts that some big big names that should be there by default got that same form letter. A real conference or ‘more I’m-only-inviting-my-elitest-swarmy-friends’ FOO Camp redux?

  3. It’s a conference not Studio 54 for crying out loud. Anyway it will be blogged to death and there are webcasts from the likes of the IT Conversations network.

    Conferences are as redundant as printed newspapers. Unless they reinvent themselves they are roadkill on the information superhighway.

  4. It’s a conference not Studio 54 for crying out loud. Anyway it will be blogged to death and there are webcasts from the likes of the IT Conversations network.

    Conferences are as redundant as printed newspapers. Unless they reinvent themselves they are roadkill on the information superhighway.

  5. OMG! THERE AIN’T NO FRICKIN’ “WEB 2.0″ ! Nobody even knows what it means. Knock it off! Enough said. End of the story.

  6. OMG! THERE AIN’T NO FRICKIN’ “WEB 2.0″ ! Nobody even knows what it means. Knock it off! Enough said. End of the story.

  7. Musings on conferences

    Robert Scoble hasn’t got a ticket for the Web 2.0 conference. This started me thinking about how wedoconferences, especially in the so-called brave new world of social media and Web 2.0. I can see a role for virtual environments such