I attended Internet Week 2013 last week and learned quite a bit from the numerous speakers at the event. What surprised me the most was how humor can connect to so many of the ideas that were presented.
For those of you who don’t know, Internet Week is a week-long festival that celebrates Internet business and culture and attracts more than 45,000 Internet professionals, working across all sectors, attending 250+ events produced by IWNY and 150+ citywide event partners. If you missed it, you can find the recorded video for many of the events at the Internet Week’s Livestream Page.
What I Learned from Internet Week 2013
Here’s a recap of what I learned from the 2013 version of Internet Week.
- Dos and Don’ts of PR (Brooke Hammerling)
Get the attention of the people you want to write for you by connecting with them in a fun way. […]
- Equipping Entrepreneurs (Matthew Brimer)
Increase the likelihood of serendipity: put yourself out there to meet the right people. […]
- Joan Rivers in Conversation (Joan Rivers)
The lightning will strike if you stay in the rain long enough. […]
- The Power of Events in a Digital World (David Adler)
Event planners are programmers of interaction. […]
- What’s Your System (Gretchen Rubin)
Working is the most dangerous form of procrastination. […]