Looking at my little paper calendar (yeah, I'm old school like that), I see that March is going to be a busy, busy month. Here's a quick list of places I'm gonna be.

If you're going to be there too, drop me a line or leave a comment here. Maybe we can meet up, grab a drink, or you can just make fun of me.

Search Engine Strategies (SES)

New York City
Tuesday, February 28th

I'll be on two panels at SES NYC:

Pundits on Search along with Matt Cutts, Robert Scoble, David Vise, and Zia Daniell Wigder. Sadly, John Battelle backed out, so we'll have to make fun of him.

A chance to hear directly from representatives who operate major blog and feed (RSS/Atom) search engines about how they operate. Plenty of time to ask questions after short presentation.

Meet The Blog & Feed Search Engines along with Adam Hertz (Technorati), Mark Fletcher (Bloglines), Chris Redlitz (Feedster), and Chris Tolles (Topix.net)

What do some big voices in search have to say on some big issues about search? Offload what you've been wondering about in this session and put it to our panel of analysts and search watchers.

I'll also be hanging out at the Yahoo! booth a bit.

O'Reilly Emerging Technology (ETech)

Monday March 6 Thursday March 9th
San Diego, CA

I'm not presenting anything this year (woohoo!) but others Yahoos certainly are (Bill Scott, Jeffrey McManus, Bradley Horowitz). I'll be there to catch up with friends I only seem to see at conferences, figure out what's new and interesting, recruit, and enjoy the weather. :-)

Microsoft MIX06

Las Vegas, NV
Monday, March 20th

I'll be on a panel titled "Web 2.0: Show Me The Money" but there appears not to be a good permalink for it (yo! Scoble...). Here's the blurb:

Mashups, gadget platforms, user-generated content and syndication technologies all put existing industries and business models at risk. Join the discussion with a panel of industry luminaries and find out where people are making money in the midst of these disruptions.

I'll share the stage with Michael Arrington (TechCrunch) and Adam Trachtenberg (eBay/PayPal). I have no idea what I'll be saying yet

Posted by jzawodn at February 23, 2006 01:11 PM

Reader Comments
# Peter T Davis said:

I think you've got a little typo there with the date of SES. ;)

on February 23, 2006 01:42 PM
# Jeremy Zawodny said:

Fixed, thanks.

on February 23, 2006 02:02 PM
# Barnaby James said:

I'm going to be at ETech this year - interesting talks and a chance to get away from "winter" in the bay area ;-)

on February 23, 2006 03:54 PM
# WebMetricsGuru said:

Hi Jeremy,

I'll be at SES next week and would like to meet up with you; I'm representing Know More Media for this show and also work for IBM.

Thanks,
Marshall Sponder
Webmetricsguru.com
now.seo@gmail.com
AOL IM: mlsiggaes

on February 23, 2006 08:40 PM
# Adam Trachtenberg said:

I'll be at MIX. :)

I'll also be at eTech.

See you there.

on February 23, 2006 09:16 PM
# Joseph Hunkins said:

See you at MIX! Missed you at Mashup Camp which was a great blend of unstructured and unstable goodness.
Joe

on February 23, 2006 10:07 PM
# Jeb said:

I've been trying to build a list of all the conferences (real and "un") I can find/think of that are web-related.

It's on Listible, so anyone can add to it:

http://www.listible.com/list/web-2-0-conferences

3 years ago, I never thought I'd have a problem keeping track of web conferences. It's great to see the enthusiasm back.

on February 23, 2006 10:34 PM
# greg hartnett said:

we'll (BOTW) be exhibiting at SES. i'd love to meet up, have a few drinks, and then make fun of you :)

perhaps we can meet up at the bar in the hilton?

on February 24, 2006 07:34 AM
# Serge Lescouarnec said:

I will stop by at SES in New York probably on Wednesday morning around 10:00 am, I will only be taking a look at the Expo Hall as I do not have the time to attend the seminars (or the budget to pay for it).
I would be happy to grab a cup of coffee with you if you have the time.
Let me know.
Serge

on February 25, 2006 10:20 AM
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