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Program for Thursday

08.11.2007 | Nicole Simon Tomorow morning we start later after the party yesterday ;o)

11:20 will have two sessions: Due to popular demand (again) Rod Beckstrom will hold another session as followup on his keynote and Creative Commons will be represented by Michelle Thorne.

I am still trying to find out if we can do sessions after the keynotes of if everything is closing up. Nonetheless the booth will have space to have a last meet in the sphere ;o)

Program update for Wednesday plus extra session

07.11.2007 | Nicole Simon We do send updates on this on our twitter account, but here as well:

Wednesday afternoon you will find the following topics:

Special: Patrick Chanezon from Google will do a "Open Social Dev Session" in the big 'sponsored session room'. You do find that at the entrance in Hall two, across the Nokia booth or come by the Web2open 'Office' and we show you the way.

Room #1
  • 15:40 Rod Beckstrom, followup of his keynote of the Starfish and the Spider book
  • 17:00 Thinking of Outsourcing - we have programmers! Pro and Cons, panel discussion Lili & Ana


Room #2:

  • 15:40 - BoF Systems for Reducing Carbon Footprint
  • 17:00 - Riding Web 2.0 wave - how to overcome ressource shortage in Germany? (Discussion)


Room #3:

  • 15:40 - American 2.0 Kelly Sutton
  • 17:00 - Advanced Gmaps (editable poly lines, GPS, Encoded Lines)

How to come to web2open and present something

05.11.2007 | Nicole Simon I want to visit the web2open.
If you are coming to the Expo you will be able to find three rooms on the Expo show floor where you can visit different discussions and presentations. If you have your Expo pass, then you can come to the web2open, easy as that. See the Expo site about the web2open for the code and more information.

Follow the twitter feed to get more information during the day.

I would like to present
We have chosen from submissions a list of prechosen sessions which are listed on the wiki. Also there are two more two rooms (one with beamer and one without) where you can present.

If you like to present, you need to come up in the morning and put up your session at the 'administration booth'.

This is a first come first serve basis and it can be any topic. It should be related to the audience you can expect at the expo. So while it is interesting to learn how to make a real tea, this is not the place. I would love to see a huge variety of topics but limit yourself to relevant topic please

A word of warning though:
I have over the last week experienced a lot of very clueless companies who see this as a chance to do a product presentation and a pitch. This is NOT about presenting your product, as tempting and valuable it may seem to you. This is as much about trust as it is about treating the attendees with respect

(If your presentation title already sounds a lot like this, it will be taken down unless you can convince us this is really relevant and interesting to the audience.)

Can you help out at the registration desk?

04.11.2007 | Nicole Simon We do have a little admin / regestration desk on the web2open and it would be great if you could help out! this does not really involve something fancy, it is just about sitting there and perhaps answer small questions and help do the twitter account of w2o.

This would be appreciated if you could spare a time half a day as in before lunch / after keynotes on one of the days.

Please leave a comment here or enter yourself at the wiki if you can help out, thanks!

Updates for web2open

04.11.2007 | Nicole Simon Sorry for the lack of news and I promise I will be able to fill updates today if I get to wifi. Barcamp is great and if you are already in town come to Sankt Oberholz tonight!

And thanks to Twiki for hosting a new working wiki for us as my own server crashed with the Mysql.

If you are coming to the web2open, please use this as well as the crowdvine for the Expo!

BCN Berlin offers 'co-working' during the next week

01.11.2007 | Nicole Simon During the events Web 2.0, BarCamps and Girl Geek Dinner – work free of charge at the BNC Berlin. BCN will reserve its premises exclusively and free of charge to any participants of Web 2.0, BarCamp and Podcamp Berlin and the first Girl Geek Dinner in Germany. Everyone can work, meet and use the entire infrastructure of BCN-Berlin daily from 9 a.m. till 11 p.m. during this period. This means the week before BarCamp (for preparations) and the week after when Web 2.0 and Girl Geek Dinner are taking place.

TheBusinessClass.Net (BCN) is a digital and real network for freelancers. The real network consists of offices with rental workspaces in plug & play-quality. These include: WLAN, Laser printer, Scanner, Fax, ... right up to a small kitchen.

The Berlin BCN-Port offers 10 generous work desks, sofas for relaxing and a small bar. Upon request, the office can also be converted for conferences in this period – please inform us in advance.

Easy to get there: the BCN-Port is located right in the middle of Kreuzberg: take the U1 to Kottbusser Tor or U8 to Schönleinstraße / Kottbusser Tor – or by car: via Kottbusser Tor, take Kottbusser Straße, turn left before the bridge into Paul-Lincke-Ufer, 44 A, 2. back yard (2.Hinterhof). Parking areas along the waterside. Welcome!

Please get in touch for advance registration: info@TheBusinessClass.Net.

If you want to see wait awaits you at BCN-Port or get more details, please check: TheBusinessClass.Net
 

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