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Essential Mind Camp Info!
Looking for the quick info on Seattle Mind Camp, and what exactly it is? We’ve collected the most important information right here for you:
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- What is Mind Camp? The Philosophical Guide
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Mind camp attendee Alex Barnett has put together an OPML file of all the sites of the Mind Campers - OPML validated even. Simply put, he has collected the RSS feeds and put them in a nice, downloadable package, ready to be imported into your favorite RSS aggregator. You can get the file here.
There you have it - we officially have 150 people registered for Seattle Mind Camp. Registration is now closed, and we can move on the focusing on planning now that we know that the event is fillwed to capacity. It was a worry, being that this is the first even of its kind here in the Seattle area, and that I am not as well connected as some of the other Seattle locals being that I just moved here. The credit goes to everyone who talked about and blogged about the event, starting from the planners and branching out to the early attendees. This is going to be a blast.
There it is - the Seattle Mind Camp ticket. I am going to begin mailing these out tomorrow to registered attendees. As of today, we have 92 attendees, with 58 more open spots. Don’t forget to tell anyone who you think belong at the event to sign up at the registration page. A big shout out to BrownPaperTickets for producing these for us.
Okay, a lot of people were wondering just what kind of space we have available for the Mind Camp event. I went on-site and took and bunch of images, all of which you can find in the new Mind Camp gallery. As you can see, we are not lacking for room - we have a huge space, tons of breakout rooms, etc. This is going to be a great time. A big thank you to Sabey Corporation for giving us this space.
Read More | Mind Camp Gallery
Okay, the time is now. Go ahead and start telling everyone you know about Seattle Mind Camp! We want to get people living and working in Seattle who are doing amazing things out to this event. If you choose to blog about Mind Camp, here are the deets:
People can register at http://mindcamp.mollyguard.com
This is a 24 hour event, Nov 5-6
Be sure to link to this blog
I look forward to seeing where this goes, and gathering with everyone on November 5!
We just added the Attendee list to the left-hand sidebar, showing all thirty of the names confirmed to be at Seattle Mind Camp up to this point. If you are on the list and would like your name to be linked to a particular website, feel free to drop me a line. If you are a confirmed attendee, feel free to invite people who you feel should be at this event. Once we hit 50 confirmed, we will open up registration to anyone and everyone.
Seattle Mind Camp is a self-organizing, digitally minded, entrepreneur-driven, overnight Seattle confab. What happens when you put 150 of Seattle’s smartest geeks in an empty office building for 24 hours? We’re not sure either, but we’d like to find out. It’s time to meet and connect with those involved in the interesting projects going on in Seattle in a relaxed environment.
What: A weekend, 24-hour, multi-track event. Think huge space with breakout rooms, broadband Wi-Fi, projectors, white boards - and you.
Who: 150 of Seattle’s forward thinkers: techies, entrepreneurs, executives, gamers, musicians, and anyone else with a great idea.
When: Mind Camp will take place on November 5-6
Why?: You know all those hallway conversations that never get to flourish during a “normal” conference? Now they will.
Seattle Mind Camp is completely free of charge, and registration will begin very soon. In the meantime, check out the About page for a little more information.
We wanted to throw a big “thank you” to MSN Search for becoming the first Mind Camp Premium Sponsor:
Searching the web isn’t just about providing a long list of web links but connecting you to the answers and information you’re looking for. To help with this, the new MSN Search includes a new search engine, index and crawler; all built from the ground up on Microsoft technology. With this new service, you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for—faster.
Read More | MSN Search
A big thank you to WhatCounts for hopping on as a Premium Sponsor of Seattle Mind Camp:
WhatCounts is a unique email marketing firm - providing cutting-edge publishing technology. More than just an email offering, their systems are easy-to-use and highly flexible, allowing clients to create and deliver targeted and engaging communications to their customer base, resulting in stronger relationships, increased revenue and brand improvement. From dynamic content delivery, to sophisticated survey systems, integrated Blogging/RSS, SMS, CAN-SPAM compliance and deliverability tools, the WhatCounts platform offers the most comprehensive features in the marketplace.
Read More | WhatCounts
Big ups to Lockergnome for supporting our causing by becoming an official sponsor of Seattle Mind Camp:
To inform, empower, and entertain - Lockergnome is here as a resource for people who are curious about the world of technology around them. Novices and experts are welcome to explore our ever-growing list of resources. Our contributors are full of passion. We will do our best to keep you informed on a daily basis. We will share your feedback, suggestions, and stories with the rest of our community whenever and wherever possible. If you seek knowledge, if you seek professional growth, if you seek information that’s presented in a personal voice… you’re home with Lockergnome.
Read More | Lockergnome
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