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Invalid Argument: A Live Video Show Featuring Web Developers & Designers

Invalid Argument is a new show on ReadWriteWeb featuring developers, designers and pixel-pushers of all kinds. It’s a chance to discuss the tech news of the moment amongst people who know what they’re talking about. At RWW, the best part of our job is talking to the people who create the tech that makes the news. But why keep all the fun for ourselves when we can share it with everyone?

Each week, we’ll convene a hand-picked bunch of Web workers for a 30-minute Google+ Hangout On Air. It will be broadcast live for all to watch, and the video will be posted here on RWW with a summary. We’ve got a big Rolodex over here, but we won’t rely on that for Invalid Argument. If you code, develop or design and want to talk to the tech world about it, now’s your chance.

Invalid Argument will record on Thursdays from 11:00 to 11:30 a.m. Pacific time. Here’s a chart of when that is for every time zone in the world. If you’re selected for a show, you’ll be notified by the Tuesday before it records. Please show up.

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By the way, if that time really doesn’t work for you, but you want to be on the show, say so in the comments below. It was only chosen for the sake of choosing a time. If we need to adjust it, we can do that.

To show up, you have to add +ReadWriteWeb to your Google+ circles, and then check the +ReadWriteWeb page at showtime. When it goes live, you’ll see an invitation to join the Hangout.

Jon Mitchell, yours truly, will moderate the conversation and may kick it off with a prompt or two, but he’ll mostly get out of the way. He’ll hand-pick all the participants based on who will make the best mix of guests. If you don’t get picked this week, don’t fret. You could get picked next week or the week after.

It’s an On Air Hangout, which means everyone in the world can watch live, so be sure to tell your friends and colleagues. After the show is over, it will be posted on ReadWriteWeb with a summary, as well as bios of the participants. Those bios will include links to whatever you want.

You see what we’re doing here? Instead of just writing blog posts about your work, we’re going to let you talk about it.

Product, marketing, PR and biz dev people, as much as we love you, Invalid Argument is a show for coders and designers, so please encourage those members of your team to apply.

The link to the application is http://j.mp/RWWia. Please share it far and wide!

Apply to be on Invalid Argument!

Will you watch Invalid Argument to see your favorite devs and designers go head-to-head?

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