Tech Dinner Salon

Posted: February 25, 2008 at 11:59 pm in nyc

A couple of us in nextNY were discussing the need to have the chance for more in-depth conversations than can be had in the typical environment of meetups and happy hours. And since nextNY is a user-driven organization, we realized it was up to us to make it happen. So Jean Barmash and I are organizing Tech Dinner Salons, with the first one this Wednesday on the topic of blogging. If you’ve been reading my blog and looking for an excuse to come chat with me, this would be an excellent opportunity.

2 Responses to “Tech Dinner Salon”

  1. Noah Brier Says:

    Wish I could make it tonight but I can’t … hopefully the next one.

  2. Eric Nehrlich, Unrepentant Generalist || Blog-o-versary || March || 2008 Says:

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