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OTRO to Podcast Media Relations 2006

Eric Schwartzman will produce a series of his “On the Record Online” podcasts from the Media Relations 2006 conference, April 9-11 in New York.

Canada Gets a Web 2.0 Conference

I have signed on to speak at mesh, which is Canada’s web 2.0 conference.

Compiere ERP Selected For Software 2006

The highly selective Sand Hill Group has chosen Compiere as one of the twenty featured companies at its Software 2006 conference.

gada.be is favorite tool for watching event coverage

Shannon Clark of the meshforum conference just wrote me and reminded me about gada.be.

Freecycle and On-Line Local Community Software
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On Friday, Jon Udell came to visit Yahoo and give a longer version of the presentation he delivered at this year’s ETech conference.

Frameworks for panel moderation

As someone who’s moderated a few conference panels in recent months, and is preparing for doing another one in June, I found Guy Kawasaki’s tips on how to be a great moderator quite useful:

SES NY: Bluegrass Boys Bite The Big Apple

Stereotypes aside, Kentucky ain’t New York. Business, especially e-business, brings all types to the Big Apple. Mike McDonald and I were just two of those types who gathered there for the Search Engine Strategies Conference. When we weren’t jaw-agape or horrified by something, we were dutifully taking notes and chatting up attendees.

Podcasting the IABC Conference

I’m delighted to announce that Neville Hobson and I-cohosts of the For Immediate Release podcast-have agreed to produce a series of podcasts leading up to and running through the IABC 2006 International Conference.

MSN Developing ContentAds

Jensense has discovered that Microsoft is working on a contextual ads platform for content, dubbed ContentAds, and that it will be discussed, if not outright announced, at Mix 06 in March.

Sprint Brings Healthcare Info To Mobiles

A partnership with Global Care Quest lets Sprint deliver real-time medical information securely to intensive-care physicians via their mobile device.

Maslow and Branding: Esteem

Yesterday we looked at Security and Connection, the two most foundational needs (above basic survival) on Maslow’s Hierarchy.

Krugle Does Java Code Search

A new search engine that debuted at Demo 2006 focuses on the needs of programmers to help find source code and other technical content.

Conferences, VCing, Hot Topics This Morning

I start up Memeorandum/Tech and see that VC’ing is causing a lot of conversations to start, so is Jeff Jarvis’ comments about the inadequacies of the conference model

O’reilly Emerging Telephony Conference Notes

Didn’t make it to ETEL last week in San Fran?

Avaya, SAP Team Up While AMQ Threatens

A marketing agreement between business communications firm Avaya and SAP America will see the companies jointly market products in the customer relationship management space; meanwhile a year has passed since the start of the AMQ project, which aims to create an open messaging queuing solution.

IABC Launches News Centre

It’s often a good idea to just click on things on a website as you might discover something new.

A Day of Acquisitions

Well, today is a busy one in both PR and PR measurement.

Blogher Dates Announced

I see the BlogHer conference dates are announced (July 28 and 29 in San Jose).

From RSS To My Media

So far only 4 percent of those polled say they use RSS (really simple syndication). Yahoo Senior Director of Personalization Products, Scott Gatz, says that number should be closer to 27 percent, as many use RSS and don’t know it. Yahoo began publishing RSS feeds via Yahoo News and Yahoo Buzz back in 2003.

When Doc Searls Blogged Jonathan Schwartz

Sun Microsystems president and COO Jonathan Schwartz and Linux Journal senior editor Doc Searls chatted at a morning Syndicate Conference session; it was a watershed moment in the ongoing discussion of blogging and business.

What Conferences Should I Go To Next Year?

As of right now I have three big conferences on my 2006 calendar.