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I’m a character!

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My family has known this for years, but now it is official, I’m a character presenting @ The 140 Characters Conference

http://www.140conf.com will be taking place in New York City June 16-17, 2009.

Produced by Jeff Pulver, it will feature some of the most interesting people involved in: Media, Business and Marketing to talk about how they are using twitter and what this means to business.

I’ll be presenting on Day 2 – providing a history of art on line and the continuous evolution of Shakespeare as the people’s poet.
Some of the other people who are part of  “Cast of 140 Characters” include:

– John Bell, 360° Digital Influence team, Ogilvy
– Diane Birch, Recording Artist
– Chris Brogan, President, New Marketing Labs
– John A. Byrne, Editor in Chief, BusinessWeek.com
– Ana Marie Cox, National Corresponded, Air America
– Steve Greenberg, Founder, S-Curve Records
– Jeffrey Hayzlett, Chief Marketing Officer, Kodak
– Jim Jones, Recording Artist
– Jason Linkins, Political Reporter Huffington Post
– Natalie Gulbis, Professional Golfer, LPGA Tour
– Peter McKay, Writer, Wall Street Journal
– Troy Murphy, Forward, Indiana Pacers
– Tim O’Reilly, Founder and CEO, O’Reilly Media
– Shelly Palmer, President of the Emmy Awards in NY
– Gavin Purcell, co-producer, “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”
– Lindsey Reed, “Rock and Roll Mama”, Mommy Blogger
– David Saranga, Consul for Media and Public Affairs, Israeli Consulate
– Fred Wilson, Managing Partner, Union Square Ventures

– and me!

I’m honored to share a stage with these individuals.
More information is coming in daily at  http://www.140conf.com/

also – I have a discount code of 75$ off the conference price – use VKBRCBNA at checkout.

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Written by marahrosenberg

19 May 2009 at 11:48 pm

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  1. […] am seriously skeptical about this whole 140 character revolution. That said, my friend Marah is going to be a presenter at the 140 Characters Conference in New York City June 16 and 17. Category: General  |  Comment (RSS) […]


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