A half day unConference and networking event for discussing what Web 2.0 is, what it's missing and what we want from Web 2.1
A BrainJam is a new type of event (inspired by BarCamp, Gnomedex, TechCrunch BBQ and WebZine2005) that brings people from diverse backgrounds together to focus on a few key questions, sharing knowledge, collaborating, solving problems, demonstrating cool tools, networking and hopefully making the world a better place while having fun. You only need to bring your mind, your past experience, some new Insytes and something for note taking. The event coordinators supply you with a general direction for the conversation, WiFi access, some collaboration tools and an opportunity to create magic.
<blink>Is it just me, or is this starting to become quite amusing?</blink>
Posted by jzawodn at October 03, 2005 03:47 PM
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