My plan for Internet Week - not set in stone - is to just show up and camp out in that one building and meet as many people as possible. Mind you, I did not say attend as many panels as possible, although one can expect overlap. If people are watching the panels, where you gonna go?
June 6, 7, 8, 9. I am carving out those days.
The Internet Week: The Thing To Do
Social Media Week makes you run around. I don't need to be doing sight seeing in New York City. After taking visiting Nepali dignitaries on citywide tours when doing democracy work for Nepal a few years back, I got to see everything multiple times. Enough. Now get me people.
I am curious as to the building. Must be a big building. Are you supposed to RSVP for panels? Because I have not. I need to look into that. Otherwise I might show up all ready to go with nowhere to go.
But then it is the hallways where you really meet people.
I am for random mingling. Make it a jamboree.
But then I am also open to taking in the best panels.
I did list some offsite events, but I just might skip them and stay camped in that one building. I think I might get hungry. And thirsty.
The Internet Week Is Mumbojumbo
Summer is so here. I was walking around today all sweaty, good kind of sweaty. Bring it on.
I am curious. What is this building? Must be big.
125 W. 18th Street
I just googled up the address and this name showed up.
Looks like they have huge halls. Nice. 20,000 people are expected to attend.