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What is an Unconference?
An unconference, according to the Wikipedia entry, is a "conference where the content of the sessions is driven and created by the participants, generally day-by-day during the course of the event, rather than by a single organizer, or small group of organizers, in advance." While unconferences are becoming popular (because they provide an excellent, flexible venue for ideas, networking, and participation), they have been around for decades, with the best-known format articulated by Harrison Owen as "Open Space Technology ".
- a good description of what it is like to attend an Unconference from MashUp Camp
- Dave Winer's quotable explanation of the rationale for the format
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|SusanHollingshead||What to talk about at conference||0||Aug 3 2009, 1:22 PM EDT by SusanHollingshead|
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Here are some questions I have for approach for the conference:
I expect a diverse group of companies; would it be helpful at some point to separate by industry type to better identify applications that will be applicable for these businesses?
How many companies have a benchmark of some sort of their current "green" performance?
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