UPDATE: The panel went really well, according to the backchannel on Twitter, anyway. BarCamp will soon be releasing audio, and I’m hoping ours will be available, but in the meantime, you can get a feel for the panel from comments we have shared on SlideShare or from the resources we listed on Delicious.
ORIGINAL: I’m moderating a panel on Saturday, Oct. 16, at BarCamp Nashville. This event is astoundingly free — would be worth a decent conference fee, and all you’ve got to do is figure out how to park in downtown Nashville [meters now charge on Saturdays, parkers beware].
If you’re wondering about this whole content strategy business, and whether it’s the latest hype, or the way to transform your web projects, see us Saturday at 12:30p in the RockBar.
It’s not too late to register for BarCamp Nashville 2010.
Here are a couple other presentations I recommend, but there are lots of great ones:
- Tim Moses, one of the smart dudes behind SiteMason, talking about mobile apps and CMSs
- My friend Stephen Zralek’s presentation on the legal implications of social media
- Mitch Canter is the WordPress man. Go hear him.
- unless you want to go hear my content peeps talking about bringing the magic of storytelling to your next project.