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Sunday, January 07, 2007

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» Expand your horizons : 2007 tech conferences from LexBlog Blog
Frank Gruber has put together a nice list of technology/business conferences for 2007. Lawyers and legal marketing professionals make note of these. One, for networking. Second, to pick up innovative ideas. Networking with technology companies, both st... [Read More]

» 2007 Web2.0 conferences from MYBLOG by Ouriel
Franck made a great work listing all the web2.0 conferences this year. Most of them in the US. Probably a couple of europeans are missed (the next edition of LeWeb3?Innovate and TheNextWeb or Reboot?) [Read More]

» TechCrunch 20 Conference Details Released from Somewhat Frank
Mike Arrington of TechCrunch has just announced the details of the TechCrunch20 conference at the VC 2.0 session he moderated at the Web 2.0 Expo. The conference is being co-organized by Jason Calacanis and Mike Arrington and sponsored by Sequoia [Read More]

» CommunityNext Viral Conference from Folksonomy
Noah Kagan CommunityNext, organized by Noah Kagan, is a conference that aims to help entrepreneurs socialize and become educated about online communities. Their first conference was held at Stanford University in February, and was titled "The Present ... [Read More]

» Upcoming Web 2.0 from Somewhat Frank
This has truly been an action packed 2007 web/tech conference season thus far. I previously listed a number of conferences to attend in 2007 but as of late a number of new ones have popped up. I wanted to highlight few additional conferences as they ar... [Read More]

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