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Mastodon is the old Twitter

Conferences that Work

Having been on Twitter (yes, I know it’s been renamed “X”, sue me) since 2009, I’d describe Mastodon as the old Twitter. What Twitter was back then When I joined Twitter in June 2009, the platform was just about to take off. By the end of the year, “Twitter” was declared the top word of 2009.

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Sherpa: developing and deploying innovative and robust solutions to support the most complex events since 2009

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Sherpa has been at the forefront of event technology since 2009; developing and deploying innovative and robust solutions to support the most complex events. Our online and hybrid event solutions were designed to help events increase profitability like never before. Hybrid event platform: Unify.

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A calendar of peer conferences

Conferences that Work

Since 2009 I’ve maintained an informal calendar of peer conferences (aka unconferences) on this site. It’s informal because I only list events I hear about, a minuscule fraction of the unconferences people hold every day. Even so, the calendar lists hundreds of events. Currently, I add a few peer conferences a month.

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Becoming a writer

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Conferences That Work: Creating Events That People Love was published in 2009. I continue to post every week on this blog, something I’ve been doing since 2009. I found a wonderful editor, Anne Lezak , who was incredibly encouraging. Towards the end of our working relationship, she told me I was a good writer!

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Neuron Audio Visual

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Founded in 2009, Neuron started as an audio hire company focused on elevating production values in events. WE DON’T JUST SELL OR RENT AV EQUIPMENT. OUR TRUE PASSION LIES IN CRAFTING BESPOKE AV SOLUTIONS TO DELIVER EXTRAORDINARY, UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCES.

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Humanity’s problem is a meeting problem

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In 2009, the biologist E.O. 9 September 2009. 9 September 2009. Wilson described what he saw as humanity’s real problem. I think it’s also a meeting problem: “The real problem of humanity is the following: we have Paleolithic emotions, medieval institutions, and god-like technology.” ” — E.

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5 Reasons I’m Grateful for My Clients After 40+ Years of Consulting

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When it was published in 2009, my peer conference work exploded. I’m still proud of how well Conferences That Work lays out the fundamental reasons for the importance and value of peer conferences. However, it turned out that the implementation sections, adequate for their day, had some important gaps and limitations.