As with last year it’s a good idea to plan ahead for leveraging the Expo effect. So here’s my perpetual beta version of my planned workshops, talks and tracks. A much more elaborate version can be done by using the crowdvine calendar thing which allows for easy .ics-export too.
On Tuesday I am planning for the workshops by Leisa Reichelt, i.e. find me in Collaboration Techniques that Really Work – Productivity, Creativity and Consensus and Improving Your Site’s Usability – What Users Really Want.
Wednesday, first day of conference I will be in Better Media Plumbing for the Social Web by Stowe, Checking the “Feel” of Your UI with an Interaction Audit by Josh Damon Williams and Peter Stahl and probably in IBM: Web 2.0 Goes to Work by Gina Poole
Then from 2:15 pm to 3 pm it’s Leisa Reichelt, Suw Charman-Anderson and Ben Hammersley on the slate talking about TBD ;*)
Thursday, it’s at least Thinking Outside the Inbox (again!) by my friend Luis Suarez, then Web 2.0 vs. the Water Cooler: How Web 2.0 Has Changed the Way We Collaborate by JP Rangaswami. But I need to drop by the Lunch 2.0 as well.
I will most likely jot down some notes on the actual talks in advance, come time. Said perpetual beta, didn’t I?