Wiring the Social Economy is tomorrow (Dec. 4, W2 Storyeum, 151 West Cordova) and we couldn’t be more excited. Registration begins at 8:00am (coat check, coffee, and breakfast is provided) and activities begin promptly at 9:00am. There are still tickets available online – for the latecomers out there, tickets will be at the door as well.
Breakfast and lunch is included in your ticket, thanks to our sponsors, and we will also be hosting Cinq à Sept with a cash bar and snacks as soon as the day wraps so we can continue the conversation with high spirits and good cheer.
You are encouraged to come prepared to pitch a session (though this is not mandatory), and all attendees are expected to be participants.
We’ll be using the Twitter hashtag #wiringSE, and for those of you taking photos, please tag them with wiringSE as well.
Some things you might want to bring:
- Water bottle – water will be provided but we want to keep the waste down.
- Coffee mug – coffee and tea will be provided as well.
- Laptop, iPad, or any device you want. Free wifi will be provided, and the network name and password will be found on the back of your nametag.
- Pen and paper, if that’s your preference.
For those of you who have never attended an “unconference” before, get ready for a fully open space in which to express your opinion and learn from others. Think of this as a freestyle forum where all topics and talks are generated by you and your fellow attendees. One of our planning organizers, Tom, blogged about his first experience at ChangeCamp, a similar ad-hoc event. He was pleasantly surprised by the format, and we hope you will be too.
Keynote presentations will be available through livestreaming as well.
See you tomorrow!