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BarCamp's third anniversary party

BarCampBlock was held this past weekend (18-19 August 2007) in Palo Alto, to celebrate the third anniversary of BarCamp. Over 600 people showed up to assist over 100 presentations and discussions on a wide range of mostly tech-related topics. Some of these were great, particularly the talk over "Opening the Social Graph" and "Social Network Portability". Here's a scrapblog of the weekend:

In comparison, the BarCampMiami I helped organize earlier this year was more of a DemoCamp, where local startups presented their services. There's BarCampOrlando coming up in the third week of September, and we'll be organizing a DemoCamp this fall at the University of Miami.

Thanks, Tara and Chris, for letting me work out of Citizen Space on Monday.

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August 22, 2007 in Web/Tech | Permalink


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