Went to a special dinner with some Twitter friends the other night. Chef Mavro made a special 12 course menu to highlight the Autumn Burgundy truffles he imported.
After a little delay due to the tsunami warning, Unconferenz 2010 was held at KCC on March 20th. This was the third annual Unconferenz and I was quite impressed with this year’s discussions. I think either the participants’ interests are maturing or they’ve all figured out that social media cannot be used to make a quick buck. Either way, there was no talk about monetizing audiences in the sessions I attended. But, there was interesting insights into how businesses are using social media (blogs, chat, and social networking) for internal communication within the company; and using the big social networks for recruiting and market research.
Thanks again to Burt Lum for organizing the Unconferenz.
Here’s a fun little tweetup at Kakaako Waterfront Park to take some family portraits with Marc Orbito and his family.
Catching up on posting pics I took over a week ago. Mochi tweetups seem to be more popular than other tweetups. The first one was held at The Little Oven last year and filled up in 2 hours. Well, this one was a bit bigger and filled up in 24 hours. The mochi was super tasty and can be found at Happy Hearts Mochi.