The First PodCamp NH Is This Weekend
I have been consumed with client work, speaking, writing the new book, my Social Media Breakfast NH project, and my new project: PodCamp NH. That has meant little time for blogging. I’m happy to be able to write the post announcing that after months of planning, the first annual PodCamp NH is this weekend, November 7 and 9, 2009, at the New Hampton School in New Hampton, NH!
What is PodCamp NH?
PodCamp NH is an innovative gathering of new media enthusiasts, professionals, and anyone curious about what comes next in blogging, social media, podcasting, video on the net, and so much more. It’s called an UnConference because the attendees themselves present the sessions, workshops, and panel discussions. Get ready to connect at Podcamp NH!
Can I still attend?
Yes. We raised enough money through YOUR donations and the support of several sponsors to keep PodCamp NH free for 125 attendees! You can still sign up at this attendee registration page.
Can I still be a micro sponsor?
We would love it if you would help us keep raising money. We have covered the cost of the venue, AV equipment, breakfast and lunch but we are still trying to cover the cost of the shirts and other basics. At this point we are not accepting checks, so the Paypal button found on this page is your best best for contributing.
Can I still propose a session?
We have one session slot left. You can get with Leslie via Twitter if you’d like to claim it. You can see the sessions on this session page (and there are some GREAT ones, including a live taping of NOMX3, a NH Media Makers on Sunday, Battledecks, Creating a Twitter App, making a video from start to finished edit and promotion in 45 minutes, Beer, sessions for authors and musicians, ROI, time management, web development, and so much more.
Is there anywhere for me to stay over for both days?
Yes, there is information on accommodations and any discounts being offered on this page, and you can use hashtag #PCNHROOMIE on Twitter to see who else needs to room share.
Is there parking?
What else should I know?