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Announcing a last-minute Boston Tweetup for Tuesday, December 4: “The We-Don’t-Live-in-Our-Grandmothers’-Basements Bryper Tuesday Tweetup.“
Here are the event details:

Venue: Beantown Pub
Address: 100 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02108
Google Map (nearest T stops: Park Street and Downtown Crossing)
Time: 6:30 – 8:30pm
Cost: Pay for your own food and/or drink announcement

Full disclosure here: I do have a selfish reason for [...]

Over the weekend I formally announced that Social Media Breakfast 4 will be held on Monday, December 17, from 8:00-10:00am at The Wine Cellar at the Mooo Restaurant, at Fifteen Beacon Hotel in Downtown Boston.

Geoff Livingston, author of the new book Now is Gone: A Primer on New Media for Executives and Entrepreneurs, will be [...]

The Boston chapter of the Social Media Club will reconvene next Thursday night, December 6, from 6:00 – 9:30, for a discussion on “the future of social media.” The event takes place at the Boston Ballroom at the Colonnade Hotel and is free to attend. Register by adding your name to the event wiki: future [...]

Jeff Pulver is onto something with his face-to-face social tagging efforts.
Exhibit A: Yesterday’s breakfast gathering of some 40 of Jeff’s Facebook and Twitter friends at the S&S Restaurant & Deli in Inman Square in Cambridge for 2-3 hours of good food and even better conversation.
Social tagging in action, in case you’re wondering, means the following:

Grab [...]

icon for podpress  An interview with Jeff Pulver about social tagging and social media [08:55m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

Unless you’re new to this blog, you know that I’m big on breakfasts with the local social media crowd. It’s why I’m looking forward to “Breakfast with Jeff Pulver and his (Facebook) friends in Boston,” taking place on Wednesday, November 28 (that’s tomorrow — if you’re reading this today), from 8:00-10:00am at the S&S Restaurant [...]

The Best Laid Plans arrives in Boston

The paper copy of The Best Laid Plans, written by fellow PR podcaster Terry Fallis, arrived in my mailbox a few days ago. So as promised in a previous blog post, I ventured into Boston to grab a few shots of the book as part of Jon Hoel’s “photo challenge.”
The idea was to capture a [...]

Yes, I know it’s been two weeks since PodCamp Boston 2 and you’ve probably already moved onto your next project or conference, but hey: Consider this post part of the PodCamp Boston long tail.
Here are a handful of my takeaways from the event.
PodCamp isn’t just about podcasting.
If you’ve attended a PodCamp or two yourself [...]

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Thanks to Twitter, following the Red Sox along their march to a second World Series title in four seasons has been an absolute thrill.
So, a tip of the cap to Sarah Wurrey, Kyle Flaherty, Jack Hodgson, Doug Haslam, Red Sox Cast (would sure like to know his/her real identity), Joe Cascio, Todd Defren, Rod [...]

Get a headstart on PodCamp Boston 2 this Saturday morning by joining us for a very informal Social Media Breakfast 3, starting at 7:30 at the Starbucks Cafe at the Westin Waterfront Boston Hotel, attached to the Boston Convention and Expo Center (BCEC).
Here are the details:

Event: Social Media Breakfast 3
Date: Saturday, October 27, 2007
Time: 7:30 [...]

If you’re from Boston, then what I’m about to tell you won’t come as an earth-shattering revelation: Beantowners are hungry for social media.
And as the packed-house crowds at monthly Social Media Club gatherings, blogger dinners, PodCamps, and impromptu Tweetups routinely indicate, the socialness of social media doesn’t just happen online. We really dig [...]

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