We decided to give people another week to submit their proposal to speak at Internet Librarian International. With Easter holidays, it seemed like a good idea to allow a bit more time. The new deadline is the 4th of April. I’m really looking forward to examples of 2.0 stuff in action!
A Special Invitation from Dick Kaser, VP of Content for Information Today, Inc. and the Program Chair for Buying & Selling eContent
April 13-15, 2008 | Camelback Inn, Scottsdale, AZ | buy-sell-econtent.com
Talk about collective wisdom . . . we need yours!
A house is not a home. And a conference is not its speaker line-up. At Buying & Selling eContent, everyone in the crowd brings knowledge to the table. Please agree to bring yours to BSEC this year.
Of course, we’ve studded the program with people who have knowledge to share, but BSEC is more about the experience than about talking heads. It is you who will actually determine what gets discussed.
For those of you have been attending other industry events this season, BSEC presents the opportunity for you to sanity check, debrief, and ask the tough questions of each other, all in an environment conducive to interaction.
In short, the only missing ingredient at this point is you. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
I look forward to working with you in Scottsdale.
BSEC ’08 Program Chair
P.S. As a thank you for registering, we are offering you a $100 Camelback Inn Gift Card to make your stay even better.
Enjoy a relaxing massage, purchase some golf gear in preparation for our annual tourney, or use your gift card on any of the other amenities the Camelback Inn has to offer.
I was going to blog NFAIS this year, but instead decided to continue the twittering experiment that Karen and I began at INSOURCE in Prague. So you’ll find conference coverage here. Cindy Hill is also twittering the conference. The internet connection is pretty awful, it comes from the hotel’s food court. Both Cindy and I have had our connection fade in and out. I may blog some of the key points of the conference in retrospect.