Tag Archives: Toronto

Should We Drink the Local Kool-Aid?

In the post I wrote earlier this week about the demise of Thoora, there was a comment suggesting that “Toronto failed Thoora” due to a lack of community support to make it a “winning formula”. It was a puzzling comment … Continue reading

Some People Should Be Twitter-Free

Just because Twitter has more than 200 million users doesn’t mean it’s a tool for everyone. In fact, there are some people who just shouldn’t use Twitter because it gets them in hot water more than it helps them build … Continue reading

mesh was marvelous

mesh is like a good house party. Afterward, you’re exhausted but happy that everything worked so well. After seven months of preparation, the two days of mesh were over before you knew it, and now we’re on to the next … Continue reading

The Nuts and Bolts of mesh

With mesh kicking off tonight with a pre-party the Drake Hotel, it feels like the calm before the storm. In many ways, mesh feels like a giant party rather than a Web conference. It’s a lot of fun, you get … Continue reading

Pulling the Covers Off mesh ’11 (aka mesh 6.0)

After months of work and sushi-powered meetings, we’re finally ready to unveil mesh ’11. To paraphrase Ed Sullivan, we’ve got a “really big show” with terrific keynotes and a line-up of excellent panels and workshops. Before getting into the details, … Continue reading

meshmarketing #2 – Bring it On!

After months of planning, the second edition of meshmarketing happens tomorrow. While I was excited about the initial meshmarketing last year, I’m particularly stoked about this year’s conference. First and foremost, I think the content is top-notch. We’ve got excellent … Continue reading