This week's travels: Arlington (outside Washington, DC), Atlanta, Dallas, Austin, and Boulder (outside Denver).
You can still sign up. We've been doing a pretty good job of getting everyone in, so don't worry if you're waitlisted... we'll probably fit you in.
Thursday's Austin event will be available on the internet, somehow, thanks to NewTek who will be bringing a TriCaster... a backpack-sized broadcast studio. Details to be announced.
Coming in November: Dublin, London, Cambridge, Amsterdam, and Copenhagen. More details later this week.
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