Pop!Tech is one of the most awesome events, and this year it will be held in Camden, Maine, October 19-22. Last year’s Pop!Tech brought some of *the* most popular IT Conversations programs such as presentations by Malcolm Gladwell, Thomas Barnett, Doug Rushkoff, and Spencer Wells. This year’s lineup looks at least as good.
Pop!Tech is all about the future. It’s an eclectic gathering of great minds from a diverse set of specializations. But it’s not just about the sessions. Like all great conferences, Pop!Tech is about being there and getting a chance to interact with a phenomenal group of people.
The good news is that thanks to our close association with Pop!Tech, I have been able to secure a special discount for IT Conversations listeners. The bad news is that it’s only good through the end of the month: another four days. That’s the end of their early-bird discount, which is $300, and for IT Conversations’ isteners they’ve agreed to give an additonal $200 discount, so that’s a full $500 off the July 1 registration price.
To take advantage of this discount, just go to http://www.itconversations.com/poptech. If you’d rather register by phone, call Jamie Griffin at 800.673.4855 and mention IT Conversations. Either way, I hope to see you at Pop!Tech 2005, sure to be one of the most talked-about events of the year.
To register with our special discount go to www.itconversations.com/poptech.
You can also peruse IT Conversations’ coverage of last year’s Pop!Tech.