|| ||Dawn Applegate <dapplegate-AT-oreilly.com>|
|| ||Media Alert: Tim O'Reilly to Keynote Graphing Social Patterns|
|| ||Thu, 20 Sep 2007 11:16:28 -0700|
Tim O'Reilly, founder and CEO of O'Reilly Media, has just been
scheduled to present at Graphing Social Patterns, a new conference
taking place October 7-9, 2007 in San Jose, California.
O'Reilly joins a lineup of other high level speakers, including:
-Dave Morin, Facebook
-Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn
-Charlene Li, Forrester Research
-Michael Arrington, TechCrunch
-Jia Shen and Lance Tokuda, RockYou
-Jeff Clavier, SoftTech VC
-Matt Marshall, VentureBeat
-Seth Goldstein, Social Media
-Keith Rabois, Slide.com
Chaired and produced by Dave McClure, Graphing Social Patterns is the
premier conference covering Facebook business and technology issues. and
related social networking platforms. The conference is designed for both
business and marketing executives, as well as technical developers who
want to learn more about social networking platforms, applications,
marketing, and strategy.
The next edition of Graphing Social Patterns, tentatively scheduled for
June 2008 in the San Francisco Bay Area, will again be chaired by McClure
and co-produced with O'Reilly Media.
For complete information on Graphing Social Patterns, visit:
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