Getting Ready to Brainjam
This Saturday, I'll be at the Brainjam event at the SRI campus in Menlo Park. If you're a regular reader, you might have seen this post that I wrote about the first one that was held at the KRON studios in October. Looking back, it was one of the best decisions that I've ever made.
In case you're not familiar with the concept:
BrainJams' events are open to everyone, but are primarily intended for facilitating cross discipline knowledge sharing between technologists, business people, non-profits, artists, writers, journalists, government employees, elected officials and other individual's actively seeking to make the world a better place through the appropriate use of emerging technologies.
I headed down to the city earlier this afternoon to meet up with Chris Heuer, the event organizer, and we recorded a podcast. You can check it out here.
If this sounds even remotely interesting to you, I encourage you to join us. I guarantee you'll walk away with something useful.
Nate Koechley had a great post earlier this week summarizing the event.
Some other links:
Brainjams official site
Blogging About Brainjams
A post from The Bay Area Is Talking from October's event.