I can hardly believe that Sex 2.0 is less than two weeks away. I’m
looking forward to plotting and scheming - I mean, catching up - with
farflung friends, some of whom I’ve known for years and some of whom I
met for the first time IRL at
last year’s Sex 2.0. I’m also excited to finally meet some of my other
internet nerd-crushes; Monica Shores, Nikol Hasler, Sarah Dopp, Maria
Diaz, just to name a few.
As of this afternoon, we have closed registration for Sunday's OpenSpace event -- we are at capacity!
Thank you to all who have registered for the upcoming BlogHer '08 Conference. Your response has been tremendous and we're looking forward to seeing you all soon.
I've been working with Kalyia Hamlin, Laurie Rae, Julie French, Mary Hodder and lots of others to help pull together an unconference called She's Geeky that is happening Oct 22-23 at the Computer History Museum in Santa Clara, California.
For me working on this conference is both a chance to give back and do some service for the community, and to support (other) women in tech, especially the less traditional ones who may have cross-functional roles and/or feel somewhat isolated or unique.