Here’s whats going on:
Having a meeting with the CMO of Forrester, the topic, well you can only guess. He’s savvy, well spoken, and strategic, as expected.
In Boston this week at the new job, it’s going well. I’m going to have lunch with Doc Searls, who’s now living in the area. If you don’t know who he is, here’s his bio.
I’ll be in hanging here in Boston this weekend, so if you know of any tech/web related events, please let me know. (anyone have any connections to MIT?)
Next week I’ll be at Forrester’s Consumer Forum, I’ve been asked to do what I do best, live event capture, my mission? To share online with those that couldn’t attend, I’ll be publishing nuggets, my insight/response to some of the speakers, taking at lot of photos, and will try to Ustream some of the keynotes (subscribe to my twitter account to get real-time updates). Peter Kim of Forrester has the details.
The week after that, I’ll be attending the Blogger Dinner, which I’ve initiated with the Boston tech community, if you’re considering going, please sign up on the wiki, as space is limited to 100 attendees. I’ve setup dinners all over the world, and Boston is top of mind when it comes to a thriving technology community, can’t wait to meet in person many of those that I read and interact with in the digi=sphere.
Update: Are you up for brunch this Sunday? We can check out the MIT Tech museum afterwards.