One Location, Camping Out


These decisions have a tendency to change. I was planning on doing one, then two, then most three events during Social Media Week in February, I ended up doing seven. But for now my decision for Internet Week is to camp out in one location and do as many events as possible in that one location, and to spend more time in the hallways wildly shaking hands than sitting obediently in halls as panelists pontificate.

Monday is my oh so important immigration court date, and that takes priority, and since my hearing is scheduled for 1 PM, and I am meeting my lawyer at 11 to prepare, and court hearings have a tendency to start late and drag on, I have no Internet Week plans until 3 PM Monday, and I am at peace with not even showing up until 4 PM, maybe 5 PM: no soup for you. But once I am done with the court stuff, which might be in the late afternoon, I hope to drop by and inaugurate my Internet Week. I am seeking refugee status, kind of like Einstein.

My Plan For Internet Week
The Internet Week: The Thing To Do
The Internet Week Is Mumbojumbo

Monday, June 06, 2011

Rallying to Restore Sanity in the Digital Age
03:00 PM — 03:45 PM AOL Stage

Yahoo! Presents – The Thread
03:00 PM — 03:30 PM Internet Week HQ

Will Tweet for Food: Writing Your Own Ticket in the Digital Age
03:00 PM — 03:50 PM HQ Classroom

The Onion’s Team of Three
04:00 PM — 04:45 PM AOL Stage

Yahoo! Finance Presents: Cross-fire: The Daily Ticker and Breakout!
04:00 PM — 05:00 PM Internet Week HQ

How to Survive Internet Week: Using Social Media to Make Offline Connections
04:00 PM — 04:45 PM HQ Classroom

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Yahoo! PROVOKE Summit
10:00 AM — 01:00 PM IWNY Theater

The Webby Debates: Don't Mess with Success
10:00 AM — 10:50 AM AOL Stage

UGC, Copyright & Jail Time
10:00 AM — 10:50 AM

Digital Archaeology
10:00 AM — 06:00 PM Internet Week HQ

Yahoo! News Presents: Trending Now
10:30 AM — 12:00 PM

Keynote by the New York Times' Nicholas Kristof
11:00 AM — 11:50 AM AOL Stage

Some Like it Mobile…How Brands are Embracing Mobile Advertising
12:00 PM — 12:45 PM HQ Content Stage

Your Personal Finances from LearnVest
12:00 PM — 12:45 PM HQ Classroom

The Future of Online Video
12:00 PM — 12:20 PM AOL Stage

Yahoo! Entertainment/Fashion Presents: The Thread
12:30 PM — 01:30 PM Internet Week HQ

Local is More than Location
01:00 PM — 01:50 PM AOL Stage

Social Food Apps: How they’re changing your mind at point of sale
01:30 PM — 01:50 PM HQ Content Stage

Can ‘Viral’ Be Bought?
02:00 PM — 02:45 PM AOL Stage

Yahoo! News Presents: Upgrade Your Life
02:00 PM — 03:00 PM Internet Week HQ

Idea to Product to Traction
02:00 PM — 02:45 PM HQ Classroom

Local is the New Global
03:00 PM — 03:50 PM HQ Content Stage

How to Love Digital Publishing Again
03:00 PM — 03:45 PM HQ Classroom

Monetizing a Mobile Social Audience
03:00 PM — 03:45 PM AOL Stage

Love on the Go -- How Mobile is Changing Modern Dating
04:00 PM — 04:20 PM HQ Content Stage

Make it Happen! Creating a Successful Web Series — From Page to Screen and What Comes After
04:00 PM — 04:45 PM AOL Stage

Demystifying the Cloud
04:30 PM — 05:30 PM HQ Classroom

Mobile Startups and The New York Effect
04:30 PM — 04:50 PM HQ Content Stage

Using Mobile/Social to Engage TV Audiences
05:00 PM — 05:30 PM HQ Content Stage

The UK and the East-London Technology Cluster
05:00 PM — 06:00 PM AOL Stage

Using Mobile/Social to Engage TV Audiences
05:00 PM — 05:30 PM HQ Content Stage

Are Angry Birds the New Spider Man?
05:30 PM — 06:00 PM HQ Content Stage

Wednesday, June 08, 2011

IAB Innovation Days @ Internet Week
08:00 AM — 05:00 PM IWNY Theater

Keynote Presentation by Joan Young and Lauren Cornell
10:00 AM — 10:50 AM AOL Stage

Digital Archaeology
10:00 AM — 06:00 PM Internet Week HQ

The Future of Digital Video Distribution
11:00 AM — 11:50 AM AOL Stage

The Industry that Knew Too Much
11:00 AM — 11:50 AM HQ Content Stage

Sex, Hair & Chicken: What Busy Women Want Online
11:00 AM — 11:45 AM HQ Classroom

Yahoo! Entertainment Presents: Daytime In No Time
11:30 AM — 12:30 PM Internet Week HQ

The Future of Sports and Social Networks – Moving From a Social Relationship to an Active One
12:00 PM — 12:20 PM HQ Content Stage

Women as “Tribal Leaders” – The Democratization of Influence & The Social Video Network
12:00 PM — 12:20 PM HQ Classroom

Social Commerce: Hype vs. Reality
12:30 PM — 12:50 PM HQ Content Stage

Master Your Domain
12:30 PM — 12:50 PM HQ Classroom

The Partners Project with Shira Lazar and Rocketboom
01:00 PM — 01:45 PM AOL Stage

Master Your Domain
01:00 PM — 01:20 PM HQ Classroom

Data Drives Success for Leading Brands– Insights from Dell, Kellogg’s, McKinsey & Company and PepsiCo
01:00 PM — 01:45 PM HQ Content Stage

Why Do Mindsets Matter?
02:00 PM — 02:50 PM HQ Classroom

Everyone’s a Comedian
02:00 PM — 02:45 PM AOL Stage

Yahoo! Entertainment – omg! NOW
02:30 PM — 03:30 PM Internet Week HQ

How Mobile Advertising is Impacting Brands and Consumers
03:00 PM — 03:50 PM HQ Content Stage

Mobile? We Have an App for That!
03:00 PM — 03:45 PM AOL Stage

Creative Content Calendaring
03:00 PM — 03:20 PM HQ Classroom

Data Drives Consumer Reach:
03:30 PM — 04:15 PM HQ Classroom

The Lebrons
04:00 PM — 04:20 PM HQ Content Stage

Bringing Smart and Sexy Back: Pay-Per-Success Model in Social Media Advertising
04:00 PM — 04:45 PM AOL Stage

What Women Want Online -- And How to Make Them Want More
04:30 PM — 04:50 PM HQ Content Stage

The Evolution of Online Advertising
05:00 PM — 06:00 PM HQ Content Stage

The 24/7 Online Newscycle & Reaping the Rewards of Real Time Reporting
05:30 PM — 06:00 PM AOL Stage

Thursday, June 09, 2011

IAB Innovation Days @ Internet Week
08:00 AM — 05:00 PM IWNY Theater

Keynote Presentation by Robert Bowman
10:00 AM — 10:50 AM AOL Stage

Digital Archaeology
10:00 AM — 06:00 PM Internet Week HQ

The Art of the Side Project
11:00 AM — 11:40 AM HQ Content Stage

Narrowing the Social Web
11:00 AM — 11:20 AM AOL Stage

The BajillionHits Way: Internet Content Mass-Manufacturing
11:30 AM — 11:50 AM HQ Aol Broadcast Stage

How To Stop Sucking at Email, Meetings, and Calls with Investors and Customers
11:30 AM — 12:10 PM HQ Classroom

Stars of TechStars
12:30 PM — 12:50 PM HQ Content Stage

How to Buy and Sell Digital Media
01:00 PM — 01:50 PM HQ Classroom

The Death of Cookies... What's Next?
01:00 PM — 01:30 PM AOL Stage

Pop! Goes the Bubble
01:30 PM — 01:50 PM AOL Stage

Startup City
02:00 PM — 02:45 PM HQ Content Stage

Finding the Keys to the Kingdom: Getting People to Use Your Product
02:00 PM — 02:45 PM AOL Stage

SOCIAL COMMERCE: Insights from innovative leaders who are reshaping the commerce experience
03:00 PM — 03:50 PM HQ Content Stage

The Evolution of Communication
03:00 PM — 03:45 PM AOL Stage

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

Online Advertising is Broken. Can We Fix It?
04:00 PM — 04:45 PM AOL Stage

The New Economics of Collaboration
04:30 PM — 04:50 PM HQ Content Stage

Where will the digital trail take us?
05:00 PM — 05:50 PM AOL Stage

All these events are listed on one page at the Internet Week website itself. I paid good money to get thus listed.

I get the impression the parties in the evenings are going to be unnecessary. And there seem to be only three or four halls where all the events are at. I don't think it is going to be hard to figure out. I might look a little lost the first day, but then it is a good thing I am doing only a few events the first day. Lade Liberty beckons.

Hello people. I think I am going to at least peek into all events I have listed for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. See if you can beat me. And Brett Martin is buying me lunch, I just don't know which day.

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