ReadWrite Real-Time Web Summit last week a great time was had by (almost) all and participants are telling us it was one of the most valuable events they've been to in a long time. We so appreciate everyone's support in making it a great event!At the
Now that it's over - it's time to talk about what comes next. Below you'll find some thoughts - you can help us decide what ReadWriteWeb will do to follow up on this first event. Real-Time Web on the East Coast or Augmented Reality on the West Coast? Let us know what you think.
Participants: Send in Your Notes
"One day worth three of most conferences." -Adrian Chan, Social Software UX Consultant
"Great coversations. Can't wait for the next one." -Mike Nimer, Director of Engineering, Nomee (sponsor)
"Real-Time Web Summit was sweet! Thanks for a great event."- Jean-Paul Cozzatti, Technical Director, AIM Lifestream
We've got notes submitted for more than half of the sessions last week, but if you send in yours then everyone else will magically do so as well and then we'll all have access to documentation of the entire day. Our documentation producer Heidi Nobantu Saul is putting everything together now and is taking notes by email sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trend-Watchers: Here Comes Some Heavy-Duty Research
We're also excited to announce that our next premium report will be on the topic of the real-time web and is available for pre-order now. Our first report, the ReadWriteWeb Guide to Online Community Management, was a commercial and critical success (most recently it got nice links from CNN and PBS).
This next report should be even better - we've interviewed more than 40 companies building or using the real-time web and hundreds of people joined us to discuss various parts of the real-time story at the Summit. All the knowledge we've gleaned from all those conversations will be expertly concentrated into one high-value research report that you can pre-order now so you don't miss it later and can save a nice bit of money.
Everyone: Our Next Event!
What comes next for the RWW Events Department? We've got a couple of things we're thinking about. We may want to do another Real-Time Web Summit on the East Coast, perhaps in six months. And/or we may do an event on the West Coast about Augmented Reality. What do you think of those ideas? Let us know in comments, we'd really like some feedback.
Thanks to everyone who made our first event fabulous, we really appreciate everyone's help. An extra big thanks to our sponsors - if you found the event useful or of interest, please check out the websites of the people who played a big part in making it proffitable and thus sustainable.
We hope you'll all join us for our next event!