What is the unconference?

I found think:lab this great post that articulates the difference. I am a bit shy to post it because I feel like we got inundated with old web vs. Web 2.0 lists like this but these seemed so GREAT!

Conference:
Attendees, Exhibitors, Recruiting speakers, Content planning, Direct marketing, Handouts, 12 month planning cycle, Sponsorships, Once a year, Large budgets , Maximize value for organizers, Best practices, Top down, Wisdom of experts, Magazine coverage 2 months later, Slides, Panels, Best practices, Hierarchy, Directive methods, Participants, Speakers, Sharing information, Instruction, Best learning in the hallway

Unconference:
Participants
Participants
Recruiting participants
Content facilitation
Word of mouth marketing
Wikis
12 week planning cycle
Donations
As often as needed and desired
Shoe-string budgets
Maximize value for participants
Innovation
Bottom up
Wisdom of crowds
Live blogging/podcasting
Stories
Conversations
Practicing
Networks
participatory methods
Contributors/creators
Conversation starters
Learning collaboratively
Discovery
It’s all hallway!

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