I’ll be talking about my book Enterprise 2.0 at two events in the next couple weeks, and wanted to invite folk to attend. In the physical world they’re both taking place in the Boston area, which I realize limits meatspace participation. Luckily, they’ll also both be broadcast live online and archived, so anyone who’s interested can follow along at any time.
The first is a talk hosted by Harvard’s Berkman Center (where I’m a fellow) and held on Monday, December 7 at 6 pm in Harvard Law School’s Pound Hall, room 102. The event is open to the public, but registration is required. I plan to talk about the book for about 15 minutes, then answer questions and see what people want to talk about for the rest of the time. The book will be available for purchase at this event.
Then I’ll be a guest on Hubspot TV, the Web’s most entertaining live show about all things at the intersection of marketing, social media, and technology. The show takes place at 4 pm on Friday, December 18, and Hubspot invites all comers to its offices for Hubspot TV tapings.
I’d give a preview, but I have no idea what to expect. The shows hosts Karen Rubin and Mike Volpe do a great job mixing things up and keeping the webcast lively. I imagine getting interviewed by them is a bit like facing Charlie Rose and Terry Gross on crank. So I’m just going to show up and roll with it; I expect it’ll be a very…. emergent experience.
Hope to see you at at least one of these events; it would be great to hear what’s on your mind about Enterprise 2.0.
One other note: Frogpond‘s Martin Koser has been ‘live reading’ Enterprise 2.0 on the Web and Twitter. I’ve heard of live blogging at conferences, of course, but live reading is new to me. Check it out and let us know what you think of the phenomena.