Sold out – But, Here’s the Livestream Link to the Orange County Social Media Summit #OCSMS

May 17, 2012

Orange County Social Media Summit - Sold Out

The good news?  We won't be speaking to an empty hall at the Orange County Social Media Summit (twitter hashtag: #OCSMS).

The bad news?  If you didn't get your ticket by now, it's pretty much a done deal.

The silver lining?  There's gonna be a live stream (here you go) of the #OCSMS event provided by the cool peeps in the Communications team at Saddleback church.  (You can also participate in the back channel on Twitter by following and posting comments on Twitter using the hashtag #OCSMS.)

Although "attending" via the livestream (free, by the way) won't give you the same "network effects" as being there in person, I'd recommend at least tuning in to the keynotes in the early part of the day.

I posted a program in yesterday's post - here.

If you're around for my panel at 4:30 (PST), I'll "see" you there.  Otherwise, catch my highlights notes on Saturday.

Oh! And, if you're going to be at the conference in person.  Please make sure and find me.  Say hi!  See you there.


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