Internet Week: Day 4
Internet Week: Day 4: Hectic Socializing
Internet Week: Day 3: One Event
Internet Week: Day 3: Taking It Easy
Internet Week: Day 2
Have You Seen Brett Martin?
Internet Week: Some More Events I Am Looking Into
Internet Week: Day 1: Observations
Internet Week: Day 1
One Location, Camping Out
My Plan For Internet Week
I decided Thursday evening that Internet Week was over for me. But after taking Friday off, and now Saturday off, I might be up for a few more events. I was just looking at the site, and these events are of interest.
Social Media Sunday Funday at the Dead Poet Bar
June 12 02:00 PM — 07:00 PM
The Dead Poet Bar
450 Amsterdam Avenue
b/w 81st and 82nd
There's this other event Sunday evening that looks interesting, but might be by invitation only. This reminds me of the Time event Wednesday evening. I showed up and got told it was by invitation only. When you click on the event website, and it takes you to the Time website, that is a red flag.
Webby Sunset Cocktails
June 12 06:00 PM — 08:00 PM
On Top of the Standard
848 Washington Street
Online Cause Marketing: Promoting Your Brand Through Social Good
June 13 10:30 AM — 12:00 PM
New York Times - Conference Center
620 8th Ave
Preparing for the Mobile Revolution: What you Need to Know to Succeed in Mobile
June 13 03:00 PM — 04:00 PM
Hudson - Floor 1M - Studio
356 West 58th Street
Mogulfish.com Launch Party
June 13 05:00 PM — 09:00 PM
320 West 37th Street
Fresh from WWDC: Enterprise iOS - What works, what doesn’t work, and why?
June 13 06:30 PM — 09:00 PM
Out of CTRL - UntappedNet.com Launch Party/ Internet Week Closing Party
June 13 08:00 PM — 10:30 PM
138 West 25th St
The 15th Annual Webby Awards I'd rather read up in the news the following day.
And there is this event Tuesday that Fred Wilson talked about at his blog a few days back. You show up and you get to meet some of the Founding Fathers of the Internet and Brad Burnham, the only Union Square Ventures honcho I have not met yet, do not know.
What Kind Of Internet Do You Want?
Oh, wow, this is an all day event. And looks like they are serving lunch. 25 bucks. That might be just for lunch. So the event is free. Good thing.
Looks like CDO Sterne is also speaking. I think she has done some good work the past few months.
What: INET New York
When: 14 June 2011
Image by campuspartybrasil via FlickrWhere: Sentry Center Wharton Ballroom, 17th Floor. 730 Third Avenue
Okay, Fred Wilson, you got me in the red for 25 bucks, otherwise I like to go to free events. I am egalitarian like that.
The last time I broadcasted at this blog that I had just bought a ticket for an event - Internet Week - someone else picked up my pass. I hope that does not happen this time. I mean, I doubt the person who picked up the pass was Indian. Where is racial profiling when you need it?
Wow, this Internet Society event is really something. I am going to spend a few hours reading up on all the speakers. You have to get your money's worth, you know. Don't just link to their bio, also link to their Twitter handles. I like to announce to people before I see them in person.
Holy Moses, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Knight Vint Cerf. I literally think of the Internet as a country. These dudes are like .... okay, which of them is Thomas Jefferson?