Saturday, June 10, 2006

Something Rotten in the State of Denmark? This Fall, Not So Much

My reporting (and that of others) on GEL have generated a lot of email. Even brief summaries of talks by Ji Lee (The Bubble Project), Katy Börner (information mapping), Jane McGonigal (perspective-changing game design), Leni Shwendinger (lighting and urban legibility) Linda Stone (consumer trends), Doug Rushkoff (customer experience), and Craign Newmark (Craigslist) seem to have created interest in the next conference.

EuroGEL in Copenhagen: Coming Up in September

For those who have just tuned in, please feel free to peruse the posts through the links provided above. And please continue to send feedback -- as demonstrated repeatedly, markets are conversations and the most effective way to develop and distribute insight.

For Example . . .

Good news for those who asked: there is an equally exciting event in September called EuroGEL -- the first one of its kind held in Europe.

There are group rates on hotels and flights, but tickets are going fast. It's also a good idea to sign up before June 13 when the price of the conference goes up.

Too bad there was no GEL in Hamlet's Denmark. Nothing like a new perspectives to cheer one up and drive positive change.

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