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October 24, 2006

Forrester Consumer Forum blog

I'm in Chicago at Forrester's Consumer Forum this week, where the theme is "Humanizing The Human Experience". We have an event blog up and running, featuring two bloggers -- Marianne Richmond and Christopher Carfi -- as well as two Forrester researchers, Sarah Rotman Epps and Chloe Stromberg. For those of you attending the Forum, it's a great way to keep track of the happenings including session summaries and hallway highlights. If you can't make it to Chicago, the blog will give you an inside look.

One thing to check out: I'm co-leading a session on Wednesday afternoon called the "Unsession", which is inspired by Bar Camp and builds on the philosophy, "No spectators, only participants". There is no agenda, just a wiki to suggest topics which we'll then discuss during the session. We'll post summaries on the wiki after the session. Hope you'll drop by to see what we come up with!


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maggie fox

Good luck - it sounds like you're running an "unconference" - hope it goes well, would love to hear more about the experience when it's over!

chris Baggott

I attended Mashup Camp twice. Great format! I so wish I could be there.


Strange, looks like your anti spam tool didn't work out, anyway, good luck with your "conference".

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I wish i could attend it, but i guess it has been a very long time, i would still like to know what happened.


Good luck - it sounds like you're running an "unconference"

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