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July 29, 2013



I think you're spot on in terms of embracing and extending the value of the event. My focus in this is actually to add something physical and almost performance-like to the standard conference experience. Something that physically gets us up out of seats in rows and helps to surface great ideas and conversations. Does that make sense?

Like it Mark. How about (extra‚ tickets for a) (live) blogging a session or the whole day of an event b) tweeting during a session, c) followup posts on thoughts that emerged from the event (e.g. earning for future), d) curating resources for the event, e) presenting at the event, … in other words all those other things that add value to the event?

Of course, the manual system requires someone to keep 'score', maybe do through a mobile app for the event? Auto-tracking?

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