Great tip from Sean Cassells…
Great tip from Sean Cassells…
“Media and Marketing Show (MMS) 2008”
There was a short delay on the DVD shipments to Canada and the UK, but the issues there have been resolved. Those who attended MMS 2008 in Canada and the UK should be receiving shipment emails very soon (if not already).
The MMS 2008 DVD set was sitting in my mailbox today. As the saying goes: “if there’s no pictures, it didn’t happen” so here’s my pictures:
Check it out…someone actually got the myITforum.com spelling correct (i.e., capital “IT” and everything else lower-case)…
Sadly, the MMS 2008 DVD package image is still not updated on the MS Store (though you can still order it sight-unseen). Maybe, I should send them my photos to use. 🙂
Dear MMS 2008 Attendee,
This e-mail serves as confirmation that your MMS 2008 DVD set has been shipped and you should be receiving it within 1-2 weeks (International locations may take longer). The DVD set has been sent via the U.S. Postal Service to the address included with your registration information.
If you do not receive your DVD set within the specified time, please e-mail MMS2008DVD@paragongroup.com for further assistance.
For more information about the MMS 2008 DVD set, including how you can order additional copies, please access http://mms-2008.com
Thanks again for your participation in MMS 2008!
Sadly, the MS Store image hasn’t been updated yet…
Registration by the numbers
Get ready for MMS 2009!
Great stuff to see all the folks who have Frapped themselves on myITforum.com today. Some included photos of themselves, some photos of others things…and some – NO PHOTOS AT ALL! You’re cheating!
Drop out an Frap yourself proper:
…and, spend some time getting know the folks who have left photos of themselves. Its almost like a myITforum.com MMS party.
Stephen Wynkoop (remember him? he’s almost like a big brother to myITforum.com) has put together an amazing set of technologies that allow for a real-time virtual user conference. Stephen has captured the ability to give the the same look and feel as a real-world conference, but you get to attend in the comfort of your office and at your desk.
Stephen contacted me last week to give me the opportunity to attend the vConference. I was amazed. I’m still amazed.
Here’s a page with a video demo:
…and, here’s a page with all the rest of the details:
If you get a chance to attend one of his conferences, I highly recommend it.
I have a con-call with Stephen this next week to work on putting together a myITforum.com vConference very soon. I’m really sold on this idea, and particularly how Stephen has put it all together. The experience is flawless. You even get to “mingle” with other attendees in the lobby, talk with presenters, and even take a look at vendors’ products in the Expo. The only things not included is the after-hours get-togethers, the provided meals, the SWAG grab, or the mad rush for the myITforum.com party button.
We’ll see how it all shakes out, but this has definite possibilities and it will be great to work with Stephen again.