1. Hi Laurel,
    I tried to catch your eye to say hi yesterday but you were a busy bee.
    I agree, the speakers were very interesting but the venue was poor.
    I didn’t like the format much either. I think most groups appreciate question time – and unless your conference is sub 50 people, it’s not realistic to say “ask questions during breaks”.
    Overall an informative day though.

  2. I’m a social network busy bee 🙂

    But point taken, I had to rugby tackle the tall dude from Fairfax and broke 10 of his bones before I could get my question in. Most of the other presenters responded positively to me after that… I had to be kinda pushy.

    Subject matter was great – started average (except Kevin from the Guardian) and got into the areas i’m interested in… virtual worlds on mobiles etc.

  3. Blogger was just unblocked in China, so I finally have a chance to get caught up with your blog.

    Thanks for the unbelievably generous review. The examples you gave of the different website designs demonstrate the point I was trying to make exactly, and much more gracefully.

    Keep in touch, especially if you ever make it to Beijing

  4. @jonathan you are very welcome poppet – you gave a great presentation! Next time you are in Sydney, lemme know so I can take you to lunch and show you off to my social network. ;P lpapworth (at) gmail.com.

  5. Oh its all about socialization, now in these days people become so socialize and share they life experiment and some issues on social sites. well its very interesting article thanks for sharing.

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