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I’ll be playing a small part in the Blogs and Social Media Forum on 17 May in London. I’m helping Lloyd Davis to facilitate a short open space session in the morning.

This looks like quite a gathering of the blogerati, and I know Adriana has been beavering away hard to get some interesting voices in the room. I know she made a big effort to get more sociability into the format, hence our session. Personally, I wish there was more open space and fewer panels and presentations. There’s something about the words “case study” and “panel session” that leave me feeling a little downhearted. Still, let’s be glad there are at least a few steps towards unconferencing.

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