Monthly Archives: October 2006

The Unconference Session: What to do?

Scott Berkun has a great blog post about how to run a good unconference session. If you are thinking about doing ‘something’ at a forthcoming unconference this is the post for you. It is really comprehensive and goes into both … Continue reading

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Traditional + Open Space – ways to make it work

Chris Corrigan, and Open Space Facilitator wrote me a comment to my last posts The dual Conference Model. Dual Track at Voice 2.0 Lesons learned with these thoughts. I just did a conference last week in denver which was a … Continue reading

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Dual Track at Voice 2.0 “lesson learned”

I blogged about Voice 2.0 a few weeks ago. I wondered if their choice to do dual track model would work. Now the event has happened they basically found what I thought they would. The one downside was the “unconference” … Continue reading

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The dual conference model

I was surfing through my link logs and found one from Alec Saunders.log He picked up on my coverage of the IMSafer IM ‘scanner’ for parents to monitor any questionable conversations their kids are having. At the top was an … Continue reading

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Yahoo HackDay was inspired by unconferences

Susan Mernitt did a post about the inspirations for Hack Day. Those include Burning Man Bar/FooCamp, Open Space unconferences,

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