June 06, 2004
Get the Planetwork Scoop

Well, the Saturday session is complete at Planetwork 2004 and my presentation is done. I thought it went pretty well, but then, I’m hardly the person you should ask — the people in the audience could tell you a lot better than I could how I did.

Thankfully, Planetwork is using the Internet Topic Exchange so you can watch people blog back about just that. It’s really kind of spooky seeing blog posts come up about your performance not long after you finished! Such are the wonders of the age in which we live. Anyway, look for the posts on the “Online Organizing: Best Practices from the Frontline” session to see my reviews.

I’ll do a more complete wrap-up of the sessions tomorrow before I leave for the airport.

Posted by Jason Lefkowitz at June 06, 2004


I enjoyed your presentation very much. In fact, there are some parts I'd love to follow up with you about -- just couldn't catch you afterwards at the conference. Specifically, I'm doing a sessions on weblogs and what's possible at a conference in August and I'd like to talk with you about including some of you knowledge in some way.


Posted by: marnie webb on June 6, 2004 9:28 AM
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