The Internet Week Is Mumbojumbo

Image representing TechStars as depicted in Cr...Image via CrunchBaseI was just at the Internet Week page. There's a lot going on. And looks like you have to pay for each event. It is not like Social Media Week which was mostly free events, or rather all free events.

First of all, there are soooo many events. You can't even browse through all just to get a glimpse.

One good option probably is to buy a pass for 15 dollars but that only covers events at one location for four days, June 6 to June 9.

I guess the arduous process is to go through all the events and be selective and go to a few events. This below is not a list of all events I am going to. These just caught my eye. And I might go to one or two that I might not mange to list today.

You read the lists of events and you realize there is so much knowledge in the blogosphere.

Monday, June 6
04:00 PM — 04:45 PM The Onion’s Team of Three
Metropolitan Pavilion
HQ Aol Broadcast Stage
125 W. 18th Street

Tuesday, June 7
06:00 PM — 09:00 PM wimlink: The Social Experience of Media: Personalized Apps, TV, ECommerce, what's next..
Samsung Experience
10 Columbus Circle
Time Warner Center
$15

Wednesday, June 8
03:30 PM — 04:15 PM Data Drives Consumer Reach
Metropolitan Pavilion
HQ Classroom
125 W. 18th Street

06:00 PM — 11:00 PM Ignite NYC XII @ Internet Week New York
Tishman Auditorium
66 W. 12th Street
$10

Thursday, June 9
12:30 PM — 12:50 PM Stars of TechStars
Metropolitan Pavilion
HQ Content Stage
125 W. 18th Street

05:30 PM — 05:50 PM Web 2012 and Beyond: Redefining the Internet of Tomorrow
Metropolitan Pavilion
HQ Aol Broadcast Stage
125 W. 18th Street

04:00 PM — 04:20 PM We Are NY Tech: How a strong tech community in New York is driving the success of the industry in the city.
Metropolitan Pavilion
HQ Content Stage
125 W. 18th Street

Friday, June 10
07:30 AM — 09:30 AM Opening Government Through Technology: Can Open Data Drive Innovation?"
Samsung Experience
Time Warner Center
10 Columbus Circle/3rd Floor

Wait. There were supposed to be lots and lots of panels. Where are they?

That 15 dollar pass is looking good, because it looks like all the best events are on those four days.

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