Web 2.0 Expo New York 2010 Schedule

Below are the presentations currently scheduled for Web 2.0 Expo New York 2010. We'll continue to schedule new talks until all time slots are filled. Note that the schedule is subject to change.

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Empire East
Add CSS3: The Future of Web Styling to your personal schedule
9:00am CSS3: The Future of Web Styling Håkon Wium Lie (Opera Software)
Add HTML5 vs. Flash: Webocalypse Now? to your personal schedule
11:10am HTML5 vs. Flash: Webocalypse Now? Eric Meyer (Complex Spiral Consulting)
Add Traditional News Values in a New Media World to your personal schedule
1:30pm Traditional News Values in a New Media World Katie Couric (CBS News), Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
Add Loitering on the Motherboard to your personal schedule
2:35pm Loitering on the Motherboard Kevin Slavin (Area/Code Entertainment)
Add Personal, Relevant, Connected: Designing Integrated Mobile Experiences for Apps and Web to your personal schedule
3:10pm Personal, Relevant, Connected: Designing Integrated Mobile Experiences for Apps and Web Albert Shum (Microsoft), Paula Guntaur (Microsoft)
Empire West
Add Transforming Your Company to Embrace Empowered Employees and Customers to your personal schedule
9:00am Transforming Your Company to Embrace Empowered Employees and Customers Josh Bernoff (Forrester Research), Ted Schadler (Forrester Research)
Add Augmented Reality for Marketers: Mapping the Future of Consumer Interactions to your personal schedule
11:10am Augmented Reality for Marketers: Mapping the Future of Consumer Interactions Lynne d Johnson (Advertising Research Foundation), John Havens (Porter Novelli)
Add Creating and Sustaining a Winning Fan Page on Facebook to your personal schedule
1:30pm Creating and Sustaining a Winning Fan Page on Facebook Ruben Quinones (Path Interactive)
Add Reports of Media Death Vastly Exaggerated to your personal schedule
2:35pm Reports of Media Death Vastly Exaggerated David Steinberger (comiXology)
Add Making the Corporate Case for Twitter: Lessons Learned at Xbox Support to your personal schedule
3:10pm Making the Corporate Case for Twitter: Lessons Learned at Xbox Support McKenzie Eakin (Microsoft- Xbox LIVE)
New York East
Add Getting Media Buzz for Your Product to your personal schedule
9:00am Getting Media Buzz for Your Product Jennifer 8. Lee (Knight News Challenge), Jenna Wortham (New York Times), Spencer Ante (The Wall Street Journal)
Add NPR Everywhere: The Power of Flexible Content to your personal schedule
11:10am NPR Everywhere: The Power of Flexible Content Zach Brand (NPR, Digital media)
Add From the Trenches: Monetizing Mobile to your personal schedule
1:30pm From the Trenches: Monetizing Mobile Tim Grace (Apartments.com), Nick Fotis (Cars.com)
Add The Free-for-All Web and the Secret Tyrants We All Are to your personal schedule
2:35pm The Free-for-All Web and the Secret Tyrants We All Are Deanna Zandt (Deanna Zandt)
Add Pluggable Culture  to your personal schedule
3:10pm Pluggable Culture Eric Skiff (drop.io), Sam Lessin (drop.io)
Liberty 3
Add Understanding Internet Memes to your personal schedule
10:05am Understanding Internet Memes Elspeth Rountree (.), Kenyatta Cheese (.)
Add Social Media, Culture, and Change to your personal schedule
11:10am Social Media, Culture, and Change Jessica Faye Carter (Toour)
Add Investors Want Your Digits: Tracking the Right Metrics to Raise Capital to your personal schedule
1:30pm Investors Want Your Digits: Tracking the Right Metrics to Raise Capital Charlie O'Donnell (First Round Capital)
Add Data Exploration to your personal schedule
2:35pm Data Exploration Hilary Mason (bitly)
New York West
Add The Browser Performance Toolkit to your personal schedule
10:05am The Browser Performance Toolkit Matt Sweeney (Yahoo!)
Add Analyzing Big Data at Twitter to your personal schedule
11:10am Analyzing Big Data at Twitter Kevin Weil (Twitter, Inc.)
Add What to Expect from Browsers in the Next Five Years: A Perspective to your personal schedule
1:30pm What to Expect from Browsers in the Next Five Years: A Perspective Dion Almaer (Set Direction), Douglas Crockford (Yahoo! Inc.), Brendan Eich (Mozilla), Ben Galbraith (Walmart.com), Alex Russell (Google), Håkon Wium Lie (Opera Software)
Add VP8 and WebM:  What You Need to Know to your personal schedule
2:35pm VP8 and WebM: What You Need to Know Justin Day (Blip.tv)
Add The Mobile Browser Landscape to your personal schedule
3:10pm The Mobile Browser Landscape Jonathan Stark (Jonathan Stark Consulting)
Riverside Ballroom
Add Cool Ways to Work Smarter in the Cloud to your personal schedule
10:05am Cool Ways to Work Smarter in the Cloud Leon Cruywagen (IBM)
Add Expert Panel: SEO Website Clinic: Do your Websites Test Positive for SEO? to your personal schedule
11:10am Expert Panel: SEO Website Clinic: Do your Websites Test Positive for SEO? Janine Soika (Verio Inc.), Bryan Boettiger (Parallel Path), Jon Aron (Parallel Path)
Conference Room D
Add 10 Things You Never Knew About Opera to your personal schedule
2:35pm 10 Things You Never Knew About Opera Håkon Wium Lie (Opera Software)
Add Business Matchmaking 2.0 to your personal schedule
3:10pm Business Matchmaking 2.0 Julie Ruvolo (Solvate)
12:00pm Lunch - Sponsored by Authorize.Net
Room: Sponsor Pavilion
2:20pm Coffee Break - Sponsored by Microsoft
Room: Sponsor Pavilion
2:55pm Session Break
Room: Sponsor Pavilion
Add Opening Reception (sponsored by IBM) to your personal schedule
5:15pm Sponsored Event
Room: Sponsor Pavilion
Opening Reception (sponsored by IBM)
8:00pm Dinner
Room: On Your Own
Add Welcome to your personal schedule
3:45pm Welcome
Room: Metropolitan East
Welcome
Add Thinking Hard About the Future to your personal schedule
3:50pm Keynote
Room: Metropolitan East
Thinking Hard About the Future Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
Add Dennis Crowley to your personal schedule
4:10pm Keynote
Room: Metropolitan East
Dennis Crowley Dennis Crowley (foursquare)
Add A Conversation with Esther Dyson and Bre Pettis to your personal schedule
4:20pm Keynote
Room: Metropolitan East
A Conversation with Esther Dyson and Bre Pettis Bre Pettis (MakerBot Industries), Esther Dyson (EDventure Holdings)
Add Movies are in 3-D, why not our Data? Taking Web 2.0 into the 3-D World to your personal schedule
4:35pm Keynote
Room: Metropolitan East
Movies are in 3-D, why not our Data? Taking Web 2.0 into the 3-D World Julia Grace (IBM Research - Almaden)
Add Apple and the Open Web to your personal schedule
4:45pm Keynote
Room: Metropolitan East
Apple and the Open Web John Gruber (Daring Fireball)
Add Games that Know Where you Live to your personal schedule
4:55pm Keynote
Room: Metropolitan East
Games that Know Where you Live Kati London (Area/Code)
Add Why Everything Sounds Better Auto-Tuned, Despite Auto-Tune's Alleged Death to your personal schedule
5:05pm Keynote
Room: Metropolitan East
Why Everything Sounds Better Auto-Tuned, Despite Auto-Tune's Alleged Death Auto-Tune the News
9:50am Session Break
Room: Foyer
10:55am Coffee Break
Room: Foyer
3:30pm Session Break
Room: Foyer
6:15pm Break
Room: Foyer
Add Tweet Up (sponsored by Opera Software) to your personal schedule
9:00pm Tweet Up (Sponsored by Opera Software)
Room: The Sheraton Link
Tweet Up (sponsored by Opera Software)
Add The Liar Show (sponsored by Spiceworks) to your personal schedule
6:30pm Event
Room: Empire Ballroom
The Liar Show (sponsored by Spiceworks)
9:00am-9:50am (50m) Design & User Experience, Mobile
CSS3: The Future of Web Styling
Håkon Wium Lie (Opera Software)
Most browsers have implemented parts of CSS3, the newest addition to the Cascading Style Sheets standard. Now that the tools are firmly in the hands of the developers, how do they create elegant sites that work across browsers and across devices? The creator of CSS, Håkon Wium Lie, shows just how this can be achieved.
10:05am-10:55am (50m) Design & User Experience
Persuasive Design: Encouraging Your Users To Do What You Want Them To!
Andy Budd (Clearleft Ltd)
So you've designed a great product, fixed a stack of usability problems and spent a fortune on marketing. The only problem is, people aren't using your site. In this session you will learn how to get your users to do what you want them to through good design, human psychology and a touch of mind control.
11:10am-12:00pm (50m) Design & User Experience
HTML5 vs. Flash: Webocalypse Now?
Eric Meyer (Complex Spiral Consulting)
It's become somewhat fashionable of late to refer to HTML5 and the web stack as a "Flash killer". The Flash/Flex community, understandably, has not suffered this kind of talk quietly. The ongoing absence of Flash from Apple's wildly popular portable devices has only fueled the fire. Openness, stability, ubiquity, consistency, and security are all thrown around like the discs of Tron.
1:30pm-2:20pm (50m) Design & User Experience
Traditional News Values in a New Media World
Katie Couric (CBS News) et al
Katie Couric, anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News and a veteran journalist in mainstream media, discusses the pros and cons of an increasingly digital information age and the need to maintain strong ethical and factual standards as a reporter in any medium.
2:35pm-2:55pm (20m) Design & User Experience, Real-time
Loitering on the Motherboard
Kevin Slavin (Area/Code Entertainment)
A meditation on New York City and how it is being reconfigured.
3:10pm-3:30pm (20m) Design & User Experience
Personal, Relevant, Connected: Designing Integrated Mobile Experiences for Apps and Web
Albert Shum (Microsoft) et al
How should UI designers bring to life their ideas for mobile experiences? Should we think in terms of standalone apps on a platform or also for web flexibility? How do you integrate the user’s experience to flow seamlessly between Apps and the Web? This session will run through the design thinking and process, and show the tools to take your apps to the next level of web integration.
9:00am-9:50am (50m) Social Media & Marketing
Transforming Your Company to Embrace Empowered Employees and Customers
Josh Bernoff (Forrester Research) et al
Customers now have limitless technology power – mobile, social, video, and cloud. Can your organization handle this? Only 20% of information workers have the tools to reach out to empowered customers. Get a blueprint for how management, IT and empowered employees can innovate to meet the customer challenge. Based on case studies from the new book "Empowered," follow-on to "Groundswell."
10:05am-10:55am (50m) Analytics, Social Media & Marketing
The Ten Best Ways to Customize Your Search Analytics Reports
Tami Dalley (ROI Labs)
It's a problem faced by data-swamped marketers everywhere: With so many analytics reports, where are you supposed to look? And how do you make your reports meaningful? Through a series of mini-case studies, we’ll explore how to customize specific search analytics reports for maximum insight. You have the data – we’ll show you how to tell the story.
11:10am-12:00pm (50m) Mobile, Social Media & Marketing
Augmented Reality for Marketers: Mapping the Future of Consumer Interactions
Lynne d Johnson (Advertising Research Foundation) et al
Lynne d Johnson, SVP of social media at the Advertising Research Foundation and John C. Havens, SVP of social media at Porter Novelli will demonstrate how Augmented Reality (AR) provides a ‘touchstone technology’ that layers mobile commerce, social networking and location-based advertising in a seamless format for consumers and brands.
1:30pm-2:20pm (50m) Social Media & Marketing
Creating and Sustaining a Winning Fan Page on Facebook
Ruben Quinones (Path Interactive)
This session will provide a practical conversation on creating and sustaining a Facebook fan page that will result in a successful campaign. Attendees of this event will have the tools and knowledge of concepts necessary to create and sustain a winning Fan page.
2:35pm-2:55pm (20m) Strategy & Business Models
Reports of Media Death Vastly Exaggerated
David Steinberger (comiXology)
For nearly a decade, the rallying cry of tech conferences has been “the death of ________” (music, books, etc). Because the technology industry thrives on disruption, all too often we overlook the power of cooperative solutions. This discussion will focus on how tech startups can succeed by providing technology that works with existing methods to grow a market, not destroy it.
3:10pm-3:30pm (20m) Real-time, Social Media & Marketing
Making the Corporate Case for Twitter: Lessons Learned at Xbox Support
McKenzie Eakin (Microsoft- Xbox LIVE)
So, you need to tweet, but management wants to “hire a Twitter person” and call it a day. @XboxSupport was #latetotheparty: I had to speak the time-tested language of data-driven decisions internally to justify the personal touch revolution externally. Hear how I quantify the ROI of turning FML to OMG!, find and arm my Twitter infantry, and reveal what Xbox LIVE learns from foul-mouthed tweens.
9:00am-9:50am (50m) Strategy & Business Models
Getting Media Buzz for Your Product
Jennifer 8. Lee (Knight News Challenge) et al
How do some products become media darlings? FourSquare, Kickstarter, even Twitter in its early days. This helps brings credibility with funders. Reporters from the NYTimes, etc. will talk about how they choose what to write about, giving you insight on how the media ecosystem works.
10:05am-10:55am (50m) Strategy & Business Models
When and How to Pivot: A Practical, Real-world Example of Iterating to Success
David Binetti (Votizen)
The ultimate expression of the "lean startup" approach is the pivot: a shift in business model grounded in market learning. David Binetti, co-founder and CEO of Votizen, will put a practical, real-world face on the concept of the lean startup. Using actual data and metrics, this session will describe why, how, and -- most important -- when to pivot.
11:10am-12:00pm (50m) Mobile, Strategy & Business Models
NPR Everywhere: The Power of Flexible Content
Zach Brand (NPR, Digital media)
Good architecture of systems and flexibility of content has also allowed NPR to have the freedom and agility to quickly deploy solid user experience and elegant design to multiple platforms. This presentation will cover lessons learned in expanding functionality of its' API, deploying new features to its' website, mobile apps, the day one launch of NPR's iPad app and HTML5 website.
1:30pm-2:20pm (50m) Mobile, Strategy & Business Models
From the Trenches: Monetizing Mobile
Tim Grace (Apartments.com) et al
The mobile product leaders from Apartments.com and Cars.com share strategies, successes (and failures!), and lessons learned in creating and monetizing mobile products. Whether it's developing a category-leading iPhone app or selling custom SMS/mobile web products to property managers, these experiences span both B2C and B2B models and aim to be relevant to organizations of any scale.
2:35pm-2:55pm (20m) Big Idea
The Free-for-All Web and the Secret Tyrants We All Are
Deanna Zandt (Deanna Zandt)
Didn't know you were a tyrant, did you? As social technologies emerge and mature, we unwittingly create both opportunities & barriers for our communities and consumers. This talk looks at the "tyranny of structurelessness" online, how idea generation & development are like DNA, and why diversity online is much more than a nice sound bite--it's a platform by which we can solve innumerable problems.
3:10pm-3:30pm (20m) Big Idea
Pluggable Culture
Eric Skiff (drop.io) et al
Increasingly, we live in a world of powerful pluggable pieces. Invention is evolving into something much more akin to cooking, where creators mix in ingredients to make something delicious and unique. That shift is enabling a new generation of makers and entrepreneurs to fit those prebuilt parts together quickly and build on top of them. Forget reinventing the wheel - stop reinventing the car!
10:05am-10:55am (50m) Conversation
Understanding Internet Memes
Elspeth Rountree (.) et al
Memes have gone from inside joke to marketing gimmick to worldwide cultural phenomena, and the key to understanding them is in our own practice. Join Kenyatta Cheese and Ellie Rountree of the web phenom 'Know Your Meme' in a conversation about internet phenomena, and the communities from which they emerge.
11:10am-12:00pm (50m) Conversation
Social Media, Culture, and Change
Jessica Faye Carter (Toour)
Social media has caused a fundamental shift in our culture. Whether in the areas of personal identity, doing business, leisure time, charitable efforts, or civic engagement, we are increasingly influenced by the emergence of social technologies. In this Conversation, we'll discuss the interplay between social media and culture and how our everyday lives are impacted.
1:30pm-2:20pm (50m) Conversation
Investors Want Your Digits: Tracking the Right Metrics to Raise Capital
Charlie O'Donnell (First Round Capital)
People love your application, but how can you prove it? The market is big, but what do you mean exactly? There are lots of facts and figures you can throw into a pitch presentation when talking to investors, but which ones are the right ones to be keying off of to convince them of your potential for success?
2:35pm-3:30pm (55m) Conversation
Data Exploration
Hilary Mason (bitly)
This conversation is for people who regularly think about, learn from, and visualize data sets. We'll focus on techniques for investigating new data, tricks for dealing with large amounts of data, common questions, and tools for creating useful visualizations. Data geeks encouraged to join.
9:00am-9:50am (50m) Development, Mobile
How to Develop a Rich, Native-quality User Experience for Mobile Using Web Standards
David Kaneda (Sencha)
Mobile application developers are facing a major challenge as mobile devices, especially smartphones and tablets, gain popularity as the platform of choice for enterprise users and consumers. This session will focus on how the latest web standards can be used to develop rich internet applications that deliver a native-like user experience across mobile platforms and browsers.
10:05am-10:55am (50m) Development
The Browser Performance Toolkit
Matt Sweeney (Yahoo!)
For many developers, the modern web site has evolved into something more like an application, requiring more specialized tools to measure performance. This session will provide an overview of some of these tools. You will learn how to profile the loading and running of a web page in various browsers, identify performance bottlenecks, and examine ways to optimize the overall user experience.
11:10am-12:00pm (50m) Development
Analyzing Big Data at Twitter
Kevin Weil (Twitter, Inc.)
In this talk we'll discuss tools like Hadoop and Pig that let you do large-scale data crunching in parallel. We will focus on platform-specific examples, as well as best practices gleaned from working with Twitter data over the last 12 months.
1:30pm-2:20pm (50m) Development
What to Expect from Browsers in the Next Five Years: A Perspective
Dion Almaer (Set Direction) et al
As browsers become the most important piece of software you will use, what can consumers and developers expect to be in the next generation of browsers. What will the top browser makers think of next and how will it be implemented? The panel will have the top movers and shakers of the browser industry who will butt heads to predict the future.
2:35pm-2:55pm (20m) Development
VP8 and WebM: What You Need to Know
Justin Day (Blip.tv)
In May Google introduced WebM and VP8, a new open-source video container and codec, to the world. These represent a significant step forward for the open-source video movement. In this session we'll discuss why WebM is important, compare it to other commercial solutions like MPEG-4 and h.264, and discuss viability, adoption and the challenges therein.
3:10pm-3:30pm (20m) Development
The Mobile Browser Landscape
Jonathan Stark (Jonathan Stark Consulting)
Do you think supporting IE6 is a pain? Multiply that discomfort by a hundred and you have the mobile web. In this session, web designers and developers will gain the tools and information they need to define a sustainable mobile strategy. Join Jonathan for a discussion of the good, the bad, and the ugly of today's mobile browser environment.
10:05am-10:55am (50m) Sponsored
Cool Ways to Work Smarter in the Cloud
Leon Cruywagen (IBM)
There is a lot of information available about the benefits of cloud computing. Cloud-delivered services can provide instantly scalable provisioning of features and users, a ready-extranet and collaboration efficiency with integrated services. But how can these benefits be linked together to enable you to work smarter?
11:10am-12:00pm (50m) Sponsored
Expert Panel: SEO Website Clinic: Do your Websites Test Positive for SEO?
Janine Soika (Verio Inc.) et al
You are the best of the best when it comes to building websites - but can people easily find your websites once you make them live? Are you sure that you have incorporated all the SEO tips, tricks, tools, and best practices into the actual infrastructure of your website? In this session we will pull up volunteer websites and do a full SEO audit looking at and giving you SEO solutions.
1:30pm-2:20pm (50m) Sponsored
Social Transformation of the 21st Century Workplace
Jeff Schick (IBM)
Effective business execution depends on having access to the right information at the right time, but this insight is often the starting point in the decision making process. To understand the situation more fully you may need to consult a key colleague, reach out to an expert community, start a working group to react to the trend revealed.
2:35pm-2:55pm (20m) Sponsored
Best of Both Worlds: Unlimited OLTP Database Scalability Without Giving up Relational Functionality or Changing Your Applications!
Paul Mikesell (Clustrix, Inc.)
Clustrix CEO Paul Mikesell discusses the radical architecture behind a new clustered database system. Get the best of both worlds: the tremendous scalability and aggregate performance of key-value store systems AND the fully relational, ACID compliant and seamless deployment functionality of SQL databases. Sound too good to be true? Attend this presentation or visit our booth for a demonstration.
3:10pm-3:30pm (20m) Sponsored
When You Should Not Automate Your Software Testing
Jan Princen (XBOSoft)
Test Automation is a critical regression activity in software development projects with short development cycles. As features build from iteration to iteration the time required to regression test expands. In these circumstances automation is often viewed as the magic bullet for survival.
2:35pm-2:55pm (20m) Sponsored
10 Things You Never Knew About Opera
Håkon Wium Lie (Opera Software)
The Opera browser is one of the Web's best kept secrets. In this session, Chief Technology Officer Håkon Wium Lie (co-creator of CSS) takes you on a tour of some of the most surprising, powerful, controversial and unique features this Scandinavian web surfing tool has to offer.
3:10pm-3:30pm (20m) Sponsored
Business Matchmaking 2.0
Julie Ruvolo (Solvate)
Throw away everything you think you know about who you should hire and how big your team is. We're going to explore how 2.0 technology is democratizing what kinds of people you can build your business with and making it affordable for you to work with a 10 or 20 person team - for the cost of one full-time hire.
12:00pm-1:30pm (1h 30m)
Break: Lunch - Sponsored by Authorize.Net
2:20pm-2:35pm (15m)
Break: Coffee Break - Sponsored by Microsoft
2:55pm-3:10pm (15m)
Break: Session Break
5:15pm-6:15pm (1h) Events
Opening Reception (sponsored by IBM)
All attendees are invited to an opening reception immediately following the keynotes. Grab a drink and catch up with old friends and new.
8:00pm-9:00pm (1h)
Break: Dinner
3:45pm-3:50pm (5m) Keynote
Welcome
Tuesday's opening remarks by the Web 2.0 Expo NY program chairs Sarah Milstein and Brady Forrest.
3:50pm-4:10pm (20m) Keynote
Thinking Hard About the Future
Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
Keynote by Tim O'Reilly, founder and CEO of O'Reilly Media, Inc.
4:10pm-4:20pm (10m) Keynote
Dennis Crowley
Dennis Crowley (foursquare)
Keynote by Dennis Crowley, co-founder, foursquare.
4:20pm-4:35pm (15m) Keynote
A Conversation with Esther Dyson and Bre Pettis
Bre Pettis (MakerBot Industries) et al
Esther Dyson, Chairman, EDventure Holdings in conversation with Bre Pettis, Founder, MakerBot Industries.
4:35pm-4:45pm (10m) Keynote
Movies are in 3-D, why not our Data? Taking Web 2.0 into the 3-D World
Julia Grace (IBM Research - Almaden)
Movies, televisions, video games: flat is out and 3-D is in. We often talk about how Web 2.0 impacts different industries (such as healthcare, journalism or government); now it's time to turn the tables and ask: how is the 3-D movement changing Web 2.0? How can we visualize and interact with our data in three dimensions?
4:45pm-4:55pm (10m) Keynote
Apple and the Open Web
John Gruber (Daring Fireball)
Keynote by John Gruber, writer and publisher, Daring Fireball.
4:55pm-5:05pm (10m) Keynote
Games that Know Where you Live
Kati London (Area/Code)
Building real world game systems means understanding how media is consumed and being where the players are - across platforms. It doesn't just mean geolocation, or real time messaging, it also means designing for new types of play.
5:05pm-5:15pm (10m) Keynote
Why Everything Sounds Better Auto-Tuned, Despite Auto-Tune's Alleged Death
Auto-Tune the News
Keynote by Michael Gregory, Creator, Auto-Tune the News.
9:50am-10:05am (15m)
Break: Session Break
10:55am-11:10am (15m)
Break: Coffee Break
3:30pm-3:45pm (15m)
Break: Session Break
6:15pm-6:30pm (15m)
Break: Break
9:00pm-10:00pm (1h) Events
Tweet Up (sponsored by Opera Software)
Looking for something to do in the evening at Web 2.0 Expo? Come Tweet Up with other attendees in The Sheraton Link, located onsite at this year’s Web 2.0 Expo New York. Grab a beer with colleagues and talk about all things web.
6:30pm-8:00pm (1h 30m) Events
The Liar Show (sponsored by Spiceworks)
The Liar Show is a live storytelling event--with a twist.
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