Posts Tagged ‘The Research Liberation Front’
The Research Liberation Front (RLF) announces that it is accepting nominations for the 2013 Ginny Valentine Badge of Courage awards. Continue reading
Overall, this event reminded me of the importance of taking our online relationships into the real world. I certainly love being able to connect and collaborate with colleagues via the MRGA, this blog, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Quora, etc… but something special does happens when you shake hands with friends old and new. I love the intersection of online and offline as well as global and local that re:Think 2011 was an example of. It certainly inspired me to take advantage of local opportunities to engage and interact with others and I hope that we see the continuation of this trend at other events this year. Continue reading
Next week I’ll be blogging from the ARF re:THINK Convention in NYC. I’ve discovered that the best approach for me is to tweet prolifically and then later compile a blog based on my tweeted “notes”, so you can follow me on twitter directly or check out all of the updates of happenings at Re:think by becoming an ARF fan or friend, via their social media channels.
In addition to the convention itself, I’m also going to be lucky enough to attend the “Ignite” function put on by The Research Club Sunday night, The Big Speak Easy by the Research Liberation Front on Monday night, and the gala Ogilvy Awards on Tuesday night. It’s going to be a whirlwind few days and I’ll do my best to deliver my take on every aspect throughout the week.