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I received an email from Twitter about the conference, which says this:
Biz Stone (@biz) will set the tone of the day with Evan Wiliams’ (@ev) delivering a visionary keynote. Ryan Sarver (@rsarver) will share Platform announcements and roadmap details and Dick Costolo (@dickc) will talk about monetization and commercial accounts. We even have a few surprises peppered throughout the day.
The second day’s schedule will be available early next week. It has something for everyone. Deep technical tracks for developers, business sessions for managers, policy talks for implementers, birds of a feather roundtables for information sharing, and more. Our goal on the second day is to create an environment for everyone to network, share knowledge and collaborate. So in addition to the formal tracks, we’ll have informal areas dedicated to impromptu, community lead conversations. Twitter employees from all areas of the company will be in heavy attendance to answer any questions you have.
(I’ll update with the day two schedule as details become clear.)
The event is going to be held at Fort Mason, at this location:
They’re also having a hack day competition on April 15.
I won’t be in attendance, but it looks like fun. And maybe, just maybe, they’ve been saving the big news – stuff like advertising and premium accounts – for Chirp? We’ll know in less than a month.
Back in May of this year, I had a fantastic experience at the first Media140 London microblogging event. Twittercism.com was a media partner and I’m pleased to announce that we will be working with Media140 for the next conference which takes place on October 26th, at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
Media140 London has partnered with the IAB, Contagious, Revolution and Capital Business Media to host a unique event to explore the impact of Twitter and real-time social media on brands, marketing and advertising. Discovering how brands, marketers and agencies are using and exploring the benefits and opportunities of social media tools such as Twitter, Flickr, Facebook, QIK, 12seconds and AudioBoo, which are disrupting, challenging and changing traditional media and advertising.
I’ll of course be in attendance and will be once again live-tweeting the event for Media140. If you’re going, drop me a message (or leave a comment on this blog) and we’ll hook up.
(I’d particularly like to connect with a few of the folk I missed last time – you know who you are!)