Saturday, April 19, 2008

Are you in SF city for Web 2.0 Expo, here is the party list

I cannot believe its Web.20 time of the year! It is Web2.0 Expo in San Francisco 22-25, 2008.

Last year I was relatively new in the valley and went to Web2.0 and spent bulk of my time at Web2Open, the barcamp event inside Web2.0 (see business week's mention of my talk here). I honestly believe Tara Hunt who organized this barcamp segment deserves more credit but missed the business week reporter!

Robert Scoble at Web2.0 Expo SFO from sujam on Vimeo.

I was in the valley and was excited to meet Arrington, Scoble and Om Malik and blogged their panels live and did mini live videocasts.

We've seen a whole bunch of web2.0 companies last year. Next week, we will be hearing from a lot more new ones we cannot live without!

Dash, the first Internet connected GPS is going to be there this year, at a keynote to tell you "What Dash Knows". It will be a great place to come see a real Dash Express if you are thinking about getting one or compare notes with other Dash drivers if you used your Dash to beat the traffic to the city and to get to the various parties on time.

The real fun is the endless list of parties which Juhani has graciously compiled for us to choose from!

Another fun site to check is this one where you can schedule to connect with others at Web2.0

See you there!


Sebastien Provencher said...

FYI, you might also be interested in this blog we've created called Web2Places ( Powered by our local search platform for blogs, it shows all "places/merchants" related to the Expo (the nearest coffee places, hotels, restaurants, where the parties are happening, etc.). You can vote and comments on any places in San Francisco to add them to the showcased list.

Sudha (Su) Jamthe said...

@sebastien, Thanks. Web2Places sure looks very useful.

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