BriForum 2006 is less than two weeks away! Even though this year's event has twice as much content (4 rooms for 3 days instead of 3 rooms for 2 days), things seem to be less hectic than last year, but that's mainly because we have some experience now and we have kick-ass people putting this thing together.
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Based on a great suggestion that was made last week, we just turned on the attendee blog for people coming to BriForum 2006 in Washington DC in two weeks. This will give us all a chance to start talking and planning for the event now. This type of involvement from everyone is what really makes be excited to be part of this community!
We've also posted the full 94-page conference guide as a downloadable PDF (6MB). We wanted to get this posted now (as opposed to waiting until the conference) since it contains information that's valuable before you get to Washington, including:
- Session schedule (in a nicely-readable block format) to plan what sessions you want to attend.
- Venue information (location, directions, maps, subway information)
- DC visitor information (things to do while you're here, maps)
- And of course, all the conference information (sessions, speakers, rooms, exhibitors, etc.)
If you're attending BriForum, visit www.briforum.com/enroll to enroll your BrianMadden.com account in the BriForum group. This will give you the ability to post to the blog. (And of course after the conference, you can login with your enrolled account to download videos of all the sessions, MP3s, photos, etc.)
On a final note, we still have some attendee slots open, so it's not too late to register if you'd like to come.