Vancouver bound

Heading off today to Vancouver, Canada, to be part of the IABC 2006 international conference which kicks off tomorrow.

Straight into my session tomorrow afternoon, a panel I’m leading on “Organizational Communication 2.0: The Age of Social Communication.” With my fellow panelists Shel Holtz and Allan Jenkins, I’m pretty sure we will have a framework for some stimulating discussion.

Shel and I will continue acting as the conference’s official podcasters as we seek more opportunities (ie, buttonhole likely suspects) for insights, news and views on the people and happenings during the event. I don’t plan on any sustained live blogging from the conference although there may be some posts here (and photos on my moblog). I will be posting podcasts and some posts on the conference blog.

We’ll also be producing Monday’s edition of FIR from the conference, much as we did with show #116 at the New Communications Forum in Palo Alto last March. Plus, tomorrow night, we’ll be meeting up with some of our listeners at an FIR Dine-Around in Vancouver.

Then after Vancouver, on to New York for the Corante Innovative Marketing Conference where Shel and I will be podcasting there, too, as well as speaking. More on this event later including more about the FIR/ATS Geek Dinner next Thursday.

So, irregular posting here for a while. Plus email/blog comment response times may take a bit longer (well, nothing new there!). If you’re going to the IABC conference, or to the Corante event, I look forward to seeing you.

Neville Hobson

Social Strategist, Communicator, Writer, and Podcaster with a curiosity for tech and how people use it. Believer in an Internet for everyone. Early adopter (and leaver) and experimenter with social media. Occasional test pilot of shiny new objects. Avid tea drinker.

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    IABC International Conference – Sunday sessions…

    I’m planning to kick my conference off with a panel session titled Organizational communication 2.0: The age of social communication. Blogger and podcaster Neville Hobson will moderate. Unfortunately, the names of the panelists were not published in …

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