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Upcoming LOVELAND Parties & Presentations

Oh man, we got event LOVELAND stuffs coming up in San Francisco, New York, and Detroit (The Third Coast!). On the presentation end:


☛ On April 20-21 I’ll be speaking on a panel at the 140 Characters Conference in New York. As they say, “This event is shaping up to being the largest worldwide gathering of people interested in the effects of the real-time Internet on both business and “we” the people.” Tickets are, appropriately, $140 for the two days

☛ On May 17-18, Mary and I will be in Palo Alto, CA at a conference by the Institute for the Future where we’ve been invited to give a keynote talk about LOVELAND with the title “Persuading People To Care”. This one is a private conference for invited members of the IFTF network.

☛ On the 19th or 20th (to be determined) we’ll be in Mountain View, CA to give a talk at one of the Acceleration Studies Foundation's Future Salon meetups. This one's totally free and open.

And of course, more importantly, on the PARTY end we’re planning 3 events. Tellem, Andrew:

♥ LOVELAND Party West: San Francisco, CA
When: Saturday, May 15th 
Where: Noisebridge hacker space
What: Drinks, hangage, a short talk or two over the course of a few hours

♥ LOVELAND Party East: New York, NY
When: sometime in June, date to be determined
Where: Rita King and Josh Fouts’ Imagination Age Salon in the Bronx
What: BBQ, hangage, and general awesomeness over the course of a weekend

♥ LOVELAND Party North (The Third Coast!): Detroit, MI — THE MAIN EVENT
When: Saturday, July 17th
Where: The Downtown Synagogue with Cafe D’Mongo’s Speakeasy wide open nextdoor and peops boppin’ on the street
What: Bands, video projections, a short talk or two, a video booth where people can record creative ideas for vacant land use in Detroit, all sorts of free-flowing awesomeness

If you want to travel for any of these events and need a place to crash, let me know and we’ll try and hook it up!

4 years ago

April 5, 2010
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