Freezing cold, no internet, boring: it's a French web 2.0 conference! | Technology | guardian.co.uk
Want to know how Britain should spend that billion pounds it has earmarked for internet startups? On a vodka-fuelled conference in a sauna in London. It would sure put LeWeb into the shade. Though almost anything would.
The Guardain rips into Loic Le Meur's recent tech conference.
So, LeWeb kindof sucked then, huh?
"Everyone has something interesting to say," Coelho said at one point, clearly showing that he's never had a conversation with one of his fans.
"And even more satisfying than all of that is the fact that the idea of a huge state-sponsored piss-up is such an anathema to Americans that there's no way they can outdo us. Instead Kara, Michael and all those other smug Valley dwellers will be forced to look on enviously as Europe drinks, sweats, networks and bonds its way to a new dot com boom."
Καυστικός Guardian για το LeWeb...1234567890 Day
It's time to party like it's 1234567890 – 'cause it is!
My Birthday but in Unix Time
Unix Timeが1234567890になるんだと。HOW TO: Organize a Successful Tweetup
about them in the comments.
From selecting a location to mingling with guests, here are a few quick tips for both the organization and managing of Tweetups.
7. Secure a venue with limited or no WiFi. At a minimum the CrackBerry/iPhone users should have good service. People like technology. But they won’t like YOU if they can’t use their tech at your event. (This is of course size/type of Tweetup dependent, if in a large conference room/venue: WiFi and cell phone reception should be working. However, if you are in smaller venue or bar Jeff Cutler of jeffcutler.com reports: “I have an iPhone, but anyone with mobile Web knows that when 200 people in one spot are on 3G/Edge it disintegrates.” This negates the need for an elaborate setup in smaller venues.
good stuffSeat Karma - Concert, Theater and Sports Tickets
Seat Karma is the ultimate live entertainment search engine. We have a simple goalTickets at FanSnap | Ticket Search
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No conferences in my future, but would love to go to PRSA in the fall
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Library Related Conferences compiled by Marian Dworaczek University of Saskatchewan Library Last updated: March 24, 2009 Created: October 17, 2006 HOME PAGE See also Past Conferences Changes and additions are greatly appreciated.: firstname.lastname@example.org Date Place Conference NameTinker (beta)
Event aggregator for Twitter
Tinker is a simple way to discover events people are chattering about on Twitter. Follow an event stream and Tinker will show you relevant real-time conversations from social media sources like Facebook and Twitter. Whether it's the Oscars or a new iPhone release, no event is too big or small to Tinker about.
Tinker is a simple way to discover events people are chattering about on Twitter. Follow an event stream and Tinker will show you relevant real-time conversations from social media sources like Facebook and Twitter. Whether it's the Oscars or a new iPhone release, no event is too big or small to Tinker about. Stay on top of the latest buzz. Check out the latest Events.invite43.com - invitations for your events
Create group plans // Which Date Works // www.WhichDateWorks.com - http://whichdateworks.com/Editor.aspxKatz Got Your Tongue? » Evented Programming With jQuery
NOTE TO SELF: when i have free time, learn jQueryHOW TO: Plan and Promote Events With Social Media
HOW TO: Plan and Promote Events With Social MediaDean Edwards: Callbacks vs Events
Callbacks vs Events
find out what the top topics on twitter in san diego are
No Ottawa, too bad.
Happn.in shows you what people are twittering about in your city.almost.at - Following People at Real-World Events in Real-Time
Following People at Real-World Events in Real-TimeBrandon Aaron : Special Events
jQuery, since 1.2.2, has had an API for “special events”. These events are special because they have the ability to do some extra work for specific events and even the option to bypass some of the internal jQuery event system. With these special events you can create custom events that require some setup work or you can completely overwrite the behavior of native events.
Rundown of the Special Events feature in jQuery edgeOne & Other
AG's Fourth Plinth project100 Geeky Places to Take Your Kids This Summer | GeekDad | Wired.com
There is plenty of summer vacation season left on the calendar, and boredom may already be settling in around the house. So what are some fun, geeky places to take your geeklets? Even better, what are some fun, geeky places that kids and adults will all enjoy? I was sitting down making some plans for my geeklets this summer. The list of places we wanted to go kept getting longer, and eventually turned into a wishlist, which I then put up for the GeekDads to add to. But this list is by no means complete. Please feel free to add your favorite places in the comments, and we’ll try to add them to the map, too.5 Events That Have Used Social Media for a Good Cause
Best point is #5, which observes that giving a personal touch vastly increases the chances of raising significant amounts of money.TicketFlow - Your Preference. Your Price. Your Ticket.
http://www.freeguide-berlin.de/ travel guide free blogs culture inspiration music Events nightlife berlin kostenlos germany party deutsch tourismusjQuery Custom Events: They Will Rock Your World! | Fuel Your Coding
Ok, maybe they won’t exactly “Rock Your World” but they might completely change the way you look at your jQuery development. At the very least, I hope this simple technique will help you build clean, reusable and extendable front-end code.Showcase of '09 Festivals and Conferences | Design Showcase | Smashing Magazine
Some of the best festivals and conferences of the year are gone by now, but if we’d just want to judge them by their online presence we can do it from the comfort of our couch. There was some research involved in this article, you wouldn’t believe it how many of the biggest events in the world have so flat and unexciting websites. However, we’ve finally managed to find quite a few cool ones, so we wish you a pleasant and inspirational journey. In this post we present some of the beautiful, original and inspirational web designs of festivals and conferences that took place or are going to take place this year. Please feel free to add links to further designs in the comments to this post!
Webs de festivalesTweetvite :: Find & Create Tweetups and other Events on Twitter
Find and Create Events on Twitter ! Tweetvite makes it easy to create invitations for events you're hosting or to find local Tweetups in your area. Click below to try it out for yourself!
Tweetvite :: Find & Create Tweetups and other Events on Twitter - http://tweetvite.com/
Create a Tweetup, organize events on Twitter, find local Tweetups, promote your Tweetup, and much more.StackOverflow DevDays
DrupalCampLA.com was built on Drupal 6 using core & contributed modules to handle event registration, sponsorship management, featured speakers, user bio's, and session proposals.
handling of sponsorship pages example.HOW TO: Organize an Event on Facebook
Some people wonder if all this social networking is really making us more social — we’re just sitting in front of our computers, after all. But Facebook, the web’s largest social network, plays host to 3 million event listings each month. And these are offline events, ranging in size from small, friendly get-togethers, to company picnics, to enormous political protests.Web Conferences Roundup: Events from Around the Globe « Smashing Magazine
Alguma coisa relacionada à eventos controlados pelo firebug, ainda não li
Plugin for firefox to show event handlers, and more
Optimisation et ordre du code AS3
addedToStageTwitter Trumps Online Conference - Six Steps For Using Twitter For Your Conference Or Event
Jason Keath's social software for event planning list
Possible feature/function benchmarks for the crowd-sourced event promotion ideaIf You Are Doing An Event, Bring Twitter Into The Room
It is hard to moderate a conversation of 40 people and there are times when several people want to make a point but one gets the opportunity. I started to notice that the others would simply post their thought to twitter instead which allowed the rest of the room to see what they wanted to say in parallel with the point that was being made live.
If You Are Doing An Event, Bring Twitter Into The Room
I tend not to write too much about Twitter these days. God knows enough gets written about it elsewhere. But we had such a great experience with Twitter at Hacking Education on Friday that I feel compelled to share it with everyone.
Hacking Education was what we call a "Union Square Sessions" event. We've done a number of sessions events now and we use the same format for all of them. We find a nice venue here in NYC, we put together a big table where everyone faces each other, and we talk for five or six hours about a single topic. There are no presentations, no panels, just discussion that is lightly moderated by the Union Square Ventures team. We record, transcribe, and photograph the event so its easily bloggable. And there have been some terrific blog posts that have come out of these events in prior years. This year we added Twitter to the mix.2009 in photos (part 1 of 3) - The Big Picture - Boston.com
Principais imagens de 2009
2009 in photos - The year 2009 is now coming to a close, and it's time to take a look back over the past 12 months through photographs. This is a multi-entry story, 120 photographs over three days. Please watch for part 2 and part 3 tomorrow and the next day.
The Big Picture - News Stories in Photographs from the Boston Globe
The year 2009 is now coming to a close, and it's time to take a look back over the past 12 months through photographs. Historic elections were held in Iran, India and the United States, some wars wound down while others escalated, China turned 60, and the Berlin Wall was remembered 20 years after it came down. Each photo tells its own tale, weaving together into the larger story of 2009. This is a multi-entry story, 120 photographs over three days. Please watch for part 2 and part 3 tomorrow and the next day. (40 photos total) http://inapcache.boston.com/universal/site_graphics/blogs/bigpicture/2009_1_12_14/903_20535991.jpg2009 in photos (part 2 of 3) - The Big Picture - Boston.com
photos of the year 2009 at the Big Picture
2009 in photos (part 2 of 3) The year 2009 is now coming to a close, and it's time to take a look back over the past 12 months through photographs. Historic elections were held in Iran, India and the United States, some wars wound down while others escalated, China turned 60, and the Berlin Wall was remembered 20 years after it came down. Each photo tells its own tale, weaving together into the larger story of 2009. This is a multi-entry story, 120 photographs over three days. Please watch for part 3 tomorrow and have a look back at part 1 from yesterday. (40 photos total)Stubmatic: Your Personal Box Office
Organize parties with your friends! - Atomeet
Organize parties with your friends!
Atomeet is a free web service that helps you organize parties and events! Just fill in the form on the right to create your event homepage, then invite all of your friends!
inslead of sending out invites you can do it onlineThe 14 Days of jQuery
Tinker is a events service for Twitter, that allows user to quickly browser through different persistent Twitter searches relevant to various current events.Social Calendar and Event Promotion for Twitter | Taweet
social calendar and event promotion application for Twitter
Taweet (beta) is a social calendar and event promotion application for Twitter. Taweet adds a whole new dimension to your Twitter experience: the future. The casual format of Taweet allows users to answer one simple question, "What are you doing in the future?" ...and search the future to see what others are doing.Function’less event handlers in jQuery - James Padolsey
RT @jquery: Tutorial: Function’less event handlers in jQuery - http://ping.fm/9Lf17 [nice article!] [from http://twitter.com/behi_at/statuses/1728931636]How to Sync Facebook Events with Google Calendar
For those out there who use Google and Facebook to manage events and calendaring, here’s another how-to that might not only make your busy lives a little less complicated, but will relieve you of the pain of having to keep up between multiple calendars.
facebook tech tipSeatGeek | Ticket price forecasts and the best ticket deals
Could be a great ticket Scalping tool
At SeatGeek you can search by your favorite team, performing artist, or venue/city if you're open to taking in anything. SeatGeek renders a map of the venue, charts out where the seats are located, and dishes the dirt on the overall state of pricing at the venue as well as individual tickets. The price forecast tells you if you should buy now or wait based on prior data for the team/artist and the venue in question.
SeatGeek forecasts the price of sports and concert tickets, enabling you to buy tickets when they are cheapest.gigzee - find local live music!
A resource I have found helpful that I found through our Web 2.0 forum in this class is Gigzee. I am a big music lover and this site tells you all of the concerts coming to areas near you and also allows others to comment on the venues and performers.
find local live music!Pusher - Realtime client push powered by HTML5 websockets, beyond AJAX
We believe that the real-time web is fantastic and should be easy to implement. This is our simple solution, powered by HTML5 websockets
ferramenta para fazer carding sorting online10 Things to Do Immediately After a Networking Event
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The true color of networking is often revealed after the event itself.
iphone touch event lib. (multitouch)SOMEWHAT FRANK : Web/Tech, Social Media & Marketing Conferences
When the random urge for live music strikes, your choice of band's usually determined by unreliable indicators, like whether you like the venue, or whether the band has a cool name -- which explains why you're constantly moshing to the Butthole Surfers. Make smarter calls, with EffingMusic.com.3 New Ways to Use Twitter at Live Events | Social Media Examiner
3 usos de Twitter para cubrir eventos http://ow.ly/217PZ #medios #periodismo #periodistas #redessociales – Gerardo Albarrán (saladeprensa) http://twitter.com/saladeprensa/statuses/17179873400
3 New Ways to Use Twitter at Live Events http://bit.ly/94H3L4 (via @smexaminer) #AmmanTT – Mohamad Khawaja (mkhawaja) http://twitter.com/mkhawaja/statuses/17151556201
3 cool tools to help create socially mediated eventsHow To Live Tweet A Conference
Mark Stelzner, writing on the Inflexion Advisors blog, offers a compact post full of tips on the right way to live-tweet conference proceedings on Twitter.Online Registration - for Events, Workshops, Classes, and Courses