Meeting Report: February 7, 2010, 10:00 AM

Next Meeting: March 7, 2010, 10:00 AM. Doyle’s Cafe. Jamaica Plain, MA.

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If you are interested in the web, social media, advertising, PR, audio, video, photography, acting… come by.

There’s nothing else like it. You get to meet everyone in a very laid back and casual atmosphere!

Men, Women, and Children are Welcome!

Doyle’s serves Sunday Brunch! ( Bring cash )

Hosted by Steve Garfield.

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Boston Media Makers 1/3/10

SCHEDULE:

10:00 – 10:30
Mingling

10:30 – 12:00
Introductions
LIVE Twitter: We go around the table and talk about what we are doing, ask questions, present a show and tell. All within a 3 minute time limit. It’s fun.

Bring something to share with the group. Something you’ve learned, something new you’ve found, or some good news.

Please: No Sales Pitches.

FREE SCHWAG!
Do you have conference give aways, software, accessories, computers, books…

BRING IN ANYTHING YOU WANT TO GIVE AWAY.

We’ll give it away by random business card drawings during the meeting.

It’s usually on the first Sunday at 10:00 AM.

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About stevegarfield
Social Media Traveler / Writer / Photographer / Founder: Boston Media Makers / Videoblogging Pioneer / Investor / Humorist / @LordHoboBrewing / @MBofBurlington /

3 Responses to Meeting Report: February 7, 2010, 10:00 AM

  1. unable to register on facebook…error message

  2. Mike Ball says:

    I continue to welcome comments and suggestions on promoting myself as a food writer, including making the video blogging leap with Steve’s inspiration. I remain reasonably shy, but I can stifle that for the shift.

  3. Ralph Oteon says:

    This might be a strange query, however I’m a vegan, and am trying to find contact lenses that don’t have any animal “element”. I understand that many lenses contain perhaps parts that have been tested on rabbits, or are manufactured with animal stuff. Are there any lenses which are completely man-made?