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Essential Mind Camp Info!
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Seattle Mind Camp 5.0 is coming up fast. For those of you who aren’t sure what to expect, this guide will hopefully give you a bit of an orientation. Even you Mind Camp veterans might want to look over the details, here, as a few things have changed this time around:
When should I arrive?
The doors will open at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 22. Opening remarks and introductions will start promptly at 12:00, so please arrive in time to check in, mingle, check out the session candidates along the walls. Note that if you’re hoping to present a session, you should arrive a few minutes before 10:00 to post your Session Organizer Candidate Form.)
How do I get there?
You’re going to the offices of Synapse in downtown Seattle. The address is 1511 6th Ave, Seattle, 98101.
Josh Hallett has put together a very useful post titled “How to Blog a Conference.” He lists the hardware and software tools you’ll need, as well as team strategy for getting the best coverage. Having done some live blogging in the past for various events, I can tell you that this would have been a nice checklist to have before I got started.
We’d love to encourage as much blog and podcast coverage as possible from the floor of Mind Camp 3.0. If you’re thinking about using Josh’s techniques, let us know about it, would you? And Josh would appreciate some feedback as well.
The idea of an unconference is relatively new, so I suppose it’s not surprising that few people have a well-developed sense of how to plan and execute a top-notch unconference session. Time management, choosing compelling topics, or coping diplomatically with a participant who’s monopolizing the conversation can all be challenges, even for experienced conference presenters. So, whether you’re a newbie to November’s Mind Camp, or an experienced ‘Camper, you’ll really appreciate Scott Berkun’s latest post entitled “How to run a great unconference session.”
Scott’s post is filled with plenty of Dos and Don’ts, including some session patterns you can use to help shape your presentation. If you’ve signed up for Seattle Mind Camp, or any unconference, I’d encourage you to give it a read.
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