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Office 2.0 Conference Discount for Our Readers

Office 2.0 Conference

Ismael Ghalimi of IT|Redux fame and producer of the Office 2.0 Conference emailed me with a $100 discount for any GearFire readers wishing to attend this year. The conference runs in San Francisco from September 3-5. This year’s theme is enterprise adoption and the opening keynote will be given by David Allen with other notable speakers including Robert Scoble.

The Office 2.0 Conference is a collective experiment organized every year in San Francisco, CA and aimed at discovering the future of online productivity & collaboration. It is a unique gathering of visionaries, thought leaders, and customers using innovative online services for getting things done at the office, at home, and on the go. Please register before August 31st to benefit from the online rate. All paying attendees get an HP 2133 Mini-Note PC.


University starts on September 2nd and I won’t be able to attend myself, but for any readers in attendance, feel free to provide us with a trip report.

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  2. Well, I hope there are readers who will be attending and post feedback on this article on how it all went.

    I wish I was going…

  3. So do I but I couldn’t visist this conference

  4. Steve says:

    Just missed it! Would not have been able to go anyways. That’s nice to pass it on to a reader.