I’m super psyched to share that I will be interviewing Fred Wilson during Internet Week at and event Disqus is putting together titled, A Breakfast Engagement: Do We Measure What Matters?
Like so many others, I am a longtime fan and admirer of Fred Wilson. I was reading his blog long before I became a technology journalist, which was long before I moved to New York City. Fred is incredibly smart and engaging — and even if I disagree with his stance against “you guys” (I’ll die before I say “y’all” unironically) — I’m truly honored that I’ll get the chance to talk to him.
The boilerplate from the summit:
A breakfast summit that seeks to close the gap between what advertisers and publishers measure and what matters to the people they’re trying to reach.
I’d like to thank Phillip Smith — the host of this event — for reaching out and asking me to participate. Please RSVP if you want to attend!
Other writers are hesitant about Medium. Christina Warren, senior tech analyst at Mashable, has five drafts that she has yet to publish.
“Part of the reason I haven’t published to Medium is because I’m slightly intimidated. I know that is illogical and insane on the surface, but I feel intimidated and …
Desole. Je ne comprends pas!
I’ll be saying that a lot this weekend. I’ll also be speaking at Çingleton–in English.
Thank you to the organizers of Çingleton 3 for the invitation to speak!
Also speaking this weekend:
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Christina Warren tries Google Glass
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Anne Hathaway doppelgänger, Christina Warren of Mashable.com
The jig is up. They found me out.
JetPack 2.0 is out and I’m testing some of the new features ahead of my Mashable review.
It now features auto-publicize stuff, which is totally cool.
I’m trying out Automattic’s Liveblog plugin.
With any luck, this will actually work and my shitty grid server won’t crash under the load of 20 people online at once.
Not really sure what this is supposed to do. It’s not showing up for Stephanie.
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