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Dinner for the Boston Web Community (Blogger Dinner)


Password to Edit Wiki (and add your name) is: community


Update: A Pre Event Brunch will be happening on Oct 7th in Boston, John Wall, Jeremiah Owyang and Len Devanna are getting together for lunch, and will check out some of Boston's finest Tech Museums, so if you've time on this three day weekend sign up!



Want to meet, network, and collaborate with other web professionals? Come out and meet the passionate!


Purpose: A community event, where the focus is on the industry growing and learning from collaboration.


Who can come: Anyone interested in the Web Industry, Bloggers, Social Media folks


Sponsored by: Thank you Len Devanna and EMC for sponsoring this casual get-together. In the spirit of the community there will be no pitches, demos, or 'sales' type activity, come and just meet the community


Background info: Len has posted his thoughts on the event, as has Jeremiah


Other Incoming Links: Dave Winer, (Father of RSS, Blogging, and Podcasting)


Tags for the event: Bloggerdinnerbostonoct07


Venue Details



Date: Thursday, October 18th...

Time: 6pm until 8.

The event can spill over to the main bar or to another venue, of course, this will need to self-organize.



Rattlesnake Bar & Grill


384 Boylston St.

(bet. Arlington & Berkeley Sts.)

RattleSnake Bar


Venue, Drinks, Finger Foods and Appetizers are being provided by EMC, additional food and drinks after the alotted time will be self-paid by attendees.



Headcount Limitations

We're capping this event to 100 people, please sign up below



Update, Oct 5, 2007: Only the first 100 on the list will be allowed, if you can't make it, please strike through your name! Thanks



Sign Up by leaving name here:


  1. Jeremiah Owyang (Who's in Cambridge for Forrester new Analyst training)
  2. Len Devanna Our host and Director eBusiness Strategy & Operations EMC Corporation
  3. John Eckman Optaros, OpenParenthesis (Interested in Open Source, Social Software and Online Communities)
  4. Kyle Flaherty Engage In PR (Social Media Consultant)
  5. Jeff Glasson PerkettPR (Social Media Consultant)
  6. Peter Kim, Forrester Research
  7. Jeff Greco, Boston University Office of New Media (Web Producer & Strategist)
  8. Joshua Gee, political communications
  9. Liz Polay-Wettengel, Internet Marketing Manager, Combined Jewish Philanthropies, specializing in web content, blogging and social networking
  10. Dan Schawbel, EMC Marketing / Personal Branding Guru
  11. Jeff Cram (ISITE Design - Web Strategist and Co-Founder)
  12. Steve Garfield, Videoblogger
  13. Jeni Cram (Farm Aid - Web Marketing Manager)
  14. Scott Monty (crayon, the Social Media Marketing Blog)
  15. Christine Perkett PerkettPR (President & Founder)
  16. Brian Reich (Director of New Media, Cone LLC)
  17. Lauren Moores (Compete )
  18. Dan Zarrella (SMM)
  19. Adam Cohen (Principal, Brulant, Inc. - Interactive Marketing consultant)
  20. David Aponovich - ISITE Design- CMS Strategist
  21. Todd Defren (SHIFT Communications principal & blogger)
  22. Alison Driscoll (blogger)
  23. Michael Katz (Progress Software, Web Marketing)
  24. Dave Hamilton - BackBeat Media and The Mac Observer
  25. Scott Bauman - Greenough Communications
  26. Chris Brogan - Community Developer
  27. Stacey Stein, Communications Director, Planned Parenthood League of MA
  28. Mark Doerschlag, MarksGuide
  29. John Wall - Ronin Marketeer and Marketing Over Coffee
  30. Stephen DiMarco - Compete
  31. Jay Meattle - Compete
  32. Karen Hudgins - Unica Corporation
  33. C.C. Chapman - Managing the Gray and Freelance New Media Maven
  34. Phillip Zannini - Biography Podcast and PhillyMac Media
  35. Eric Karofsky, Molecular, Strategy Consulting
  36. Constantine von Hoffman, social media manager Spoke Software and blogger: CollateralDamage.biz and Business&Networking.com.
  37. Jay Neely, Freelance consultant & writer. - SocialStrategist.com
  38. Paul Quigley, Web Strategy, analytics & technology consultant
  39. Stephen Warley, Founder, BostonKnows.com
  40. Aaron Strout, VP New Media @ Shared Insights We Are Smarter (and last but not least, my aaron's facebook profile)
  41. Jeremy Crane - Compete
  42. Sarah Wurrey - CustomScoop
  43. Michael Cook, Gexpro
  44. Eric Dubiner - Service Delivery Manager, Vamosa (Content Migration)
  45. Karen Leavitt, CMO, Mzinga
  46. Claire Spina PerkettPR (Account Director)
  47. Cynthia Stephens - Compete
  48. Bryan Maleszyk - User Experience Consultant
  49. Nathan Burke- Web Community Evangelist, matchmine LLC
  50. Beth Kanter, Nonprofits and Social Media Blogger
  51. Luke Gedeon, Kdari
  52. Kevin Kempskie, EMC Corp. (PR Manager)
  53. Bryan Person, Bryper.com, Monster, and the Social Media Breakfast.
  54. Barry Burke, aka the storage anarchist
  55. Mark Twomey. Storagezilla
  56. Andy Singleton, Assembla
  57. Michelle Heath, Director of Marketing, matchmine LLC (and here's my Facebook profile)
  58. Venkk Sastry, Web Technologist
  59. Michelle Riggen-Ransom, Communications Director, BatchBlue Software
  60. Adam Darowski, User Experience Designer, BatchBlue Software
  61. Mike Darowski, Interactive Media Project Manager Mike Darowski Consulting, Inc.
  62. Ed Zbinski, Web Designer MembersFirst
  63. Rick McEachern - Client Lead, AvenueA Razorfish
  64. Riccardo La Rosa, Director of Emerging Interactions, Molecular
  65. Chet Geschickter, Dot Com Strategist, Open Method
  66. Gina Minks, EMC
  67. Kevin Murray, Manager, VistaPrint
  68. Emmett Higdon, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research
  69. Jennifer Kidwell, www.ON24.com
  70. Kristen Fergason, Maven Networks
  71. Brian Rosenthal, EMC
  72. Susan Curran, Managing Web Editor, MIT
  73. Sean Brown, Web Technologies Consultant, MIT
  74. Susan MacPhee, CMS Web Developer MIT and CommonPlaces
  75. Howard Davidson, Interactive Media Manager,CBI 
  76. Brendan Emerson, Program Manager,CBI
  77. Alex Fisher, Web Manager,RSA
  78. -Sheri Larsen, VP Client Apps, Northern Light -- Sorry I have a last minute conflict.
  79. Ali Taalebi, Science Center ,MIT
  80. Laura Krier, Simmons GSLIS
  81. Jennifer Mitchell, Analog Devices eBusiness Manager
  82. Gurukarm Khalsa, MIT Biology web manager
  83. Lauren Clark, MIT and drinkboston
  84. Sonia Brathwaite, MIT
  85. AJ Philippakis, HoopsWriters.com
  86. Tracy Rolling, Director of Community and Product, Platial, the People's Atlas
  87. William McCullough, VP of Sales, FreeCause
  88. Chris Keenum, VP of Business Development, FreeCause
  89. Cheryl Travis, Senior Manager, Lois Paul & Partners
  90. Jonathan Follett, President and Chief Creative Officer, Hot Knife Design, Inc.
  91. Doc Searls, Harvard Fellow, Berkman center, Blogger, Co-Author of Cluetrain Manifesto
  92. Jamie Bull, Lois Paul & Partners
  93. Julia Roy, Senior Agent, Undercurrent
  94. Yianni Garcia, Social Media Strategist, Digital Influence Group
  95. Amanda Gravel, Boston University Senior and Schneider Associates Social Media Intern
  96. Amanda Mooney, Emerson Senior and Schnieder Associates Social Media Intern
  97. Eric Mertzlufft, Website Developer and Entrepreneur
  98. Jesse Baer, Berkman Center Intern
  99. Gretchen Bender, Greenough Communications
  100. Liz Laneri, Horn Group
  101. Andrea Mercado, LibraryTechtonics.info & PLABlog.org (hurray for sneaking me in, thanks!)
  102. Ron West, Director Product Strategy, PaperThin (JIC 2 someones cancel...=) Sorry I will be away...
  103. Dr. John Grohol, CEO & Publisher, Psych Central
  104. ****OK - So we unfortunately have to cut our list here...**** We can likely survive with 103 as opposed to 100. Please understand that the limit is based on the size of the venue... With the great response, we'll be sure to find a bigger spot next time (Gilette Stadium??). If you cannot attend, please strike your name from the list above. If you'd like to be 'waitlisted' feel free to add your name below. If others opt out, you'll be first on the list to get bumped in (Updated 10/5/07)
  105. Steve Woit, Founding Publisher, Xconomy
  106. Eli Stonberg, blogger
  107. Alyssa Boehm, blogger and podcaster
  108. Laura Athavale Fitton, @pistachio, Pistachio Consulting
  109. Nina Braun, P.R. Specialist, eScription
  110. Ted Weismann, Senior Vice President, Lois Paul & Partners
  111. Selina McCusker, SM Strategist, EMC
  112. Todd Van Hoosear, Social Media Practice Manager, Topaz Partners
  113. Seth Aaronson, Toonamation
  114. Mark Soper, Alluvial Labs
  115. Michelle Wolverton, chelpixie.com
  116. Oliver Young, Analyst, Forrester Research
  117. Lisa Kate Radden, educator & web designer, Education@LKR design (I'll catch you at the "spill-over")


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