And there will be Partying, too…

September 24, 2010 by  
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We are happy to announce that we will be hosting a “Pre-Event Meet-up/Party/Set-up” at the event venue on Thursday evening, 30th September, 2010.  It will run from about 6-9pm.  We might even run down to the WORLD FAMOUS Varsity for a dog and a Coke. Read more

And a little more Location Detail…

September 17, 2010 by  
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Here is a map of the venue area.  Several parking areas are tagged.  More information will be added as it becomes available. Read more

Location is LOCKED in!!!

September 16, 2010 by  
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We are pleased thrilled to announce the new and improved venue for reBarCamp Atlanta…

Spring4th Center

The Spring4th Center is kind of a funky, artistic space in Midtown Atlanta.  If you haven’t guessed, it is near Spring Street and 4th Street…  Check out the link above for more info on parking and other information.  We will have plenty of break-out spaces… we anticipate setting up as many as 7 or 8… Read more

Let’s talk about Al…

August 17, 2010 by  
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Angela is a friend of mine.  She was one of my older son’s pre-K teachers, and he has visited her home to play with her sons.  She is a warm and caring person, as teachers usually are, and has three wonderful sons.

Al Real, 2007

Al, 2007

Her middle son, Alfred (everyone calls him Al), was involved in a terrible accident while playing with a friend back on June 7th.  The result was that he received 3rd degree burns over 80% of his body. As a parent, that is one of my worst nightmares.  Having your 8 year old son seriously injured and on the verge of death, with permanent scaring being the best case scenario, can only be described as devastating.

Gwinnett Fire Department Station 2 responded to the 911 call, and Al was rushed to Grady’s Burn Unit.  Widely regarded as one of the best trauma units in the Southeast, his injuries were more than they could handle.  He had to be flown to Cincinnati to the Shiner’s Childrens’ Burn Unit, which is one of the best pediatric burn centers in the world. Read more

What Goes on in rebarcamp?

August 16, 2010 by  
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The grid at REBarCamp Seattle
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Generally, rebarcamps follow a fairly predictable pattern… but that is the ONLY thing that is predictable about them.  But here is a preliminary schedule…  This is VERY subject to change as the event draws near, and we will certainly have a final schedule available at the event.

8:45-9:30 – Registration Check-In/Social – As everyone arrives, there is a chance to catch up with folks while getting ready for everything to get cranking… Read more

What is an ‘Old Skool’ rebarcamp?

August 8, 2010 by  
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That is a very fair question.  The whole concept of rebarcamp is only 2 years old, born in July,2008 in San Francisco… how can we go ‘Old Skool’ with a concept that is barely old enough to walk?

I love going to seminars, Continuing Education classes, events like NAR conventions and conferences like REtechSouth.  They can be fantastic learning opportunities.  But they all share one key feature… the presenter gives information to the audience.  It is largely a one-way street of information.  And that is fine.  When the information is close to what we need, we can take a lot away from it that we can apply to our own businesses. Read more

rebarcamp Atlanta – October 1st, 2010

August 6, 2010 by  
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The date is set.  Add it to your calendar, get your tickets and we’ll see you there.  Look for more information VERY soon.

The event will run from approximately 9:00am until 5:00pm.  We are currently planning for 5 or 6 break-out periods… and there will be a LOT of available session slots.

We are going ‘old skool’ with our break-out philosophy.  We will be encouraging a lot of round table discussions and smaller groups.  We feel this will allow individual participants to have more opportunity to be involved, rather than just hear a presentation.  The break-out rooms will be smaller than some other camps, but there will be more rooms available.  We are also going to try to have areas with a specific theme (like a FaceBook room or WordPress room).  We will be discouraging PowerPoint presentations and sales messages. Read more

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