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When I organized an impromptu Social Media Breakfast in Boston last August, I had little expectation that it would ever become as popular as it has (all 90 for tickets for Social Media Breakfast 5, held last month, were scooped up online within 72 hours), or that it would spread to other cities around the [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

I’ve got the topic of “meeting people” on my mind. After all, Social Media Breakfast 2 is taking place tomorrow morning in Waltham, Massachusetts (Are you going? There’s still time to register), and I’m looking forward to spending time with friends and colleagues, both old and new.
Chris Brogan (the guy on the left) is [...]

I’m pleased to announce that Social Media Breakfast 2 will take place on Wednesday, October 3 at 8:00am, at the offices of the Digital Influence Group in Waltham.
The inaugural breakfast last month was a runaway success, and I expect SMB2 to be bigger and better. Please help spread the word by telling three friends/colleagues.
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(Photo by Steve Garfield)
I like David Cutler’s takeaways from the first Social Media Breakfast, held this past Wednesday in Boston:

The tools and reach of online technology enable us to set up meaningful in-person meetups.
Practice “netweaving.”

What is netweaving? Here’s what David writes:
NetWeaving events put a spin on the traditional networking process. “What can I do [...]

(Photo by Andrea Mercado)
Twenty-five participants. Dozens of great conversations. New connections. Delicious — and free — food.
Yes, the inaugural Social Media Breakfast held Wednesday morning at The Pour House in Boston was unquestionably a success.
Some nuggets I took away from the event:
Twitter rocks for promoting events. It was far and away the No. 1 [...]

Learning about Google Reader and recapping the inaugural Social Media Breakfast in Boston.
Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from Boston, Massachusetts, USA and published for Thursday, August 30, 2007.

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Chip Griffin from CustomScoop has just offered to sponsor tomorrow morning’s “anything-goes social media breakfast” in Boston. This means that CustomScoop will pick up the tab, and you can save your small bills.
Thanks, CustomScoop!
Disclosure: CustomScoop is a regular sponsor of my New Comm Road podcast.
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