Random Updates: OCU2007, Roundtable, InfoWeek, and Marketing & Online Community

Here is a week’s worth of blogging, condensed to one day šŸ™‚

OCU2007

There is literally TONS of great content about the OCU floating around this week:

Online Community Unconference Wiki (session notes / handouts)
Online Community Unconference Photos – flickr
OCU 2007 Show – BlogTV
Still debating the future of communities after all these years – Carol McManus
Some notes from OCU 2007 – Joi Podgorny
Online Community Unconference 2007 – The Social Wave Blog
Thank you Forum One for organizing the Community Unconferenceā€¦ – Community Group Therapy
Capture from the Community UnConference – Jeremiah Owyang
OCU2007 Notes – Josh Ledgard
Online Community Planning: Getting the Party Started – Common Craft
Online Community Unconference: Unconfrences for Communities Q & A – Kaliya Hamlin

Online Community Roundtable
We had a small but knowledgeable group at the OC Roundtable in SF this week. Instead of the usual presentation format, we spent the first 10 minutes brainstorming topics and then spent 90 minutes discussing. It was a really great and informative session. I think we will use this format more, moving forward. Also, I am probably going to start connecting the Roundtable with Susan Tenby’s Meetup… stay tuned.

Online Civility
I was interviewed by Information WeekĀ  aboutĀ  online civility, and the proposed blogger’s code of conduct becuase of this post on the OC Report:
http://www.onlinecommunityreport.com/archives/194-Bloggers-Code-of-Conduct.html

Marketing & Online Communities
I am working on a research project that explores attitudes, best practices andĀ  techniques. The survey will be going out next week.
We are also starting to talk about our Marketing & Online Communities conference to be held in NYC on 11/8. As usual, this event will be small (90 people) and invite only. Should be fun, intensely focused, and informative.

Marc Andeessen is blogging, and it is awseome
http://blog.pmarca.com/

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