To give you an idea of the kinds of activity going on at the Social Media Week 2012 conference (SMW), let’s have a look at some of the tweets coming out of the conference.
You can follow the Twitter feeds and discussions from the event live yourself with the hashtag breakdown found in this earlier article.
— Jill Foster (@Jillfoster) February 13, 2012
I, just like everyone in my generation, can tweet and listen at the same time. #smwwdc
— Jessica Etter (@jnetter) February 13, 2012
— Sam Edelstein (@samedelstein) February 13, 2012
Really interesting challenge for theater companies in social media: participation during a show/concert is viewed as rude. Ironic. #smwwdc
— Maxine Teller (@mixtmedia) February 13, 2012
The point of art is to have a human connection and learn something-that’s where social media comes in #smwwdc
— Cultural Tourism DC (@DCculture) February 13, 2012
— Jess Gundling (@JessGund) February 13, 2012
— Robin Tim Weis (@RobinTimWeis) February 13, 2012
#smwwdc will be attending “The Ethics of Social Media in Today’s Workplace” at webber shandwick offices today.
— Henry Addo (@Henry_Addo) February 13, 2012
— ARTLAB+ (@artlabplus) February 13, 2012
— MArlinsky (@MikeArlinsky) February 13, 2012
— B.Rain (@LoveStar625) February 13, 2012