Archive for the category "conference"

WordCamp at BarCamp Vancouver We're Almost There

September 24th, 2008 @ 10:29am by Rebecca Bollwitt

We’re only a few days away from BarCamp Vancouver 2008 and due to some recent changes, here’s a quick update. … BarCampVancouver 2008 is taking place all across Granville Island. … Opening night party is Friday at 7:00pm at Workspace in Gastown and the official start time on Saturday is 9:30am (check out the schedule). […]

Blog World Expo 2008: Trolls, Spammers and Sock Puppets

September 21st, 2008 @ 12:25pm by Rebecca Bollwitt

I’m interested in hearing the discussion in the following session, “How to Deal with Trolls, Spammers & Sock Puppets“, with Rick Calvert (CEO and Co-Founder of BlogWorld & New Media Expo), John Chow, Patrick O’Keefe (founder and owner of the iFroggy Network), and Jeremy Schoemaker of Shoemoney. I’m familiar with trolls and spammers although I […]

Blog World Expo 2008: Ferriss, Shinoda, Bhargava Keynote

September 21st, 2008 @ 8:37am by Rebecca Bollwitt

The past two days have gone by quickly here at Blog World in Las Vegas. I’ll have a more reflective post up during my layover in Phoenix later in the day since there’s still quite a full schedule of sessions for today. This morning’s keynote will feature Rohit Bhargava, Timothy Ferriss (from 4 Hour Work […]

Blog World Expo 2008: Bloggers and PR

September 20th, 2008 @ 12:15pm by Rebecca Bollwitt

After banishing myself to the back of the room, since this is the only place I can plug in to power my MacBook, I’m all setup again for the “Bloggers and PR” session with Chris Brogan, Michael Clark, Jason Falls, and Brian Solis. Update: It’s been announced that the Twitter hashtag for this session is […]

Blog World Expo 2008: Citizen Journalism

September 20th, 2008 @ 11:06am by Rebecca Bollwitt

There are currently 10 sessions going on at once as well as the tradeshow. I may need to clone myself about 4 times over in order to cover everything – although I’m not even going to try. I am interested, however, in the Citizen Journalism track so the next two live blogs will be on […]