To the Mesh Mobile! Canada's Web Conference Returns

Stuart, Mathew, Rob, Mark and I are delighted to announce that the mesh conference will be returning to Toronto’s MarsDD this May 30/31, 2007.

We had a ball planning last year’s event and we’re just digging into the details for this years. In the meantime we invite one and all to join us on November 15th after 6:00 PM at the Irish Embassy for a mesh pissup (errr) meet up.

Ticket’s for mesh aren’t on sale yet, nor are many of the details available (ie. speakers, content, etc.), but you can expect a steady trickle of news over the next few months. Also, we’ve finally posted the podcasts of last years keynotes. I listened to a few of them recently and they are excellent – enjoy!

Read Mathew’s post. Subscribe to our mesh blog and please come join us in May.

[note: just a reminder … we sold out last year and I expect we’ll sell out again this year, so if you want to come, please do grab the feeds and stay tuned].

6 thoughts on “To the Mesh Mobile! Canada's Web Conference Returns

  1. […] After such a fantastic time at mesh 2006 we’ve been looking forward to announcing a repeat performance. We’re very happy to announce that we now have dates and location nailed down – mesh 2007 will be held Tuesday, May 30 and Wednesday, May 31 at MaRS – the superb facility that hosted us last year. More info is posted on the mesh blog, and registration and event details are coming soon, so please check back again for more info (Mike quite rightly points out that we sold out last year, so if you’re interesting in coming to ‘07, stay tuned). We’ve also just posted podcasts of the keynotes from mesh 2006, so if you’re wondering what to expect from mesh 2007, drop by and have a listen. […]

  2. […] Ever since mesh ended back in May, we’ve had lots of people asking us — that is, Stuart and Rob and Mark and Mike — whether we’re going to do another one, and the answer is… hell, yes! In fact, we had such a great time at mesh that we’ve been wanting to do another one ever since we got finished cleaning up from the last one. Now we’ve got the venue and dates locked down, so we wanted to let everyone know that mesh 2007 is definitely a go. […]

  3. […] So those of you living in (or near) Toronto might be interested in coming along to a Web 2.0 meet up (it’s being put on by the mesh conference guys – by the way mesh is running again next May) that is happening on 15 November that Duncan and myself and some of the other local b5 crew will be attending. It’s at the Irish Embassy pub from 6pm. Full details are at the mesh blog and at Mark’s Blog (update – also at the blogs of Matthew, Stuart, Mike and Rob – this is going to be fun as these are some quality bloggers). […]

  4. […] The mesh conference is back. That’s good. What I would really love to see at the next mesh conference is a panel on gaming and virtual worlds. Since getting “a better understanding of the impact of new developments online” is part of the mesh conference mission statement, I think we’d be missing out a huge part of the latest online developments without it. […]

  5. […] So those of you living in (or near) Toronto might be interested in coming along to a Web 2.0 meet up (it’s being put on by the mesh conference guys – by the way mesh is running again next May) that is happening on 15 November that Duncan and myself and some of the other local b5 crew will be attending. It’s at the Irish Embassy pub from 6pm. Full details are at the mesh blog and at Mark’s Blog (update – also at the blogs of Matthew, Stuart, Mike and Rob – this is going to be fun as these are some quality bloggers). […]

  6. […] Also, last week we annouced we’re runinng the mesh conference again in Toronto. More on that from me here. […]

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