64th Annual Conference on World Affairs in Boulder

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5 Responses to “64th Annual Conference on World Affairs in Boulder”

  1. iseethefnords says:

    Thanks for participating, Maggie!  We’re glad to have to back, and to have Mark join us this year!
    -Tim aka @apollo18:twitter 

  2. So excited to see you next week, Maggie! I get to revisit the awesomest thinkfest, too. Here are the panels I’ll be on: http://www.colorado.edu/cwa/search_results.html?panelist=89&year=2012

    Unfortunately, we aren’t speaking together, BUT I do get to talk with Mark about hipsters…

  3. Chuck says:

    I can’t make it this year, but my friends will probably fill me in on the high points.  Have fun.

  4. Matt Yoder says:

    If all y’all decide to get hackerspace passports stamped while in town, please don’t forget the Denver Hackerspace, just a bit down the road, and at http://www.denhac.org

  5. http://c1n.tv/boulderchannel1/cwf-twitter/ 
    The one saving grace of this panel was to point out just what a waste of a persons life Twitter can be. They couldn’t stress how addictive Twitter and Facebook are and impossible to manage. This was a surprise, but not to the gray attendees. Seemed they seen it all before in a younger life.  And the young? They were nowhere to be seen.  One would have thought the room would have been packed with 18 to 34 year olds. Maybe they were studying or at work. Maybe this panel should have been held at night in a bar or coffee house.

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