With BETA 1A now out, I'm now free to focus on the conference. Today. I'm reviewing some of my recent articles and presentations along with some podcasts from the archives of the digital sandbox. Soon, I'll toss those ideas onto a mind map and start playing with them to see what I want to talk about. The challenge for me is never deciding what to say, it's deciding what not to say. Mark Twain once said something to the effect of "...ask me to speak for a day, I'll need an hour to prepare; ask me to speak for an hour and I'll need two weeks." I feel like that.
This promises to be an exciting conference, not only because of an excellent selection of topics and speakers but also because all attendees will receive a free iPhone as part of the iPhone Experiment. Mine arrived Friday; at last, I can now sing the song.
As far as I know, the conference is sold out, but I'll try to live-blog some of the sessions on the productivity and mobility track. I'll tag these posts in the Office 2.0 section of this blog so that you can find them easily. Meanwhile, here's the full conference agenda. Let me know if there's something of interest and I'll keep my eyes and ears open for it.
I'm thinking of organizing a get-together of fellow GTD geeks, possibly on Wednesday. If you plan to attend the conference or will be in San Francisco, drop me a line.
More details about our upcoming session will follow; here's our working Mobile Productivity session proposal. Our original them was to talk about the Koans of Mobile Productivity. We'll do some of that and more. We're also going to invite folks to share what they have in their gadget bag. Oh, that reminds me, I still have a great podcast I recorded with Marc Orchant on just that topic. I'll go find it, edit it., and post it this evening... Back later...
Office 2.0 Conference Press Release