March Social Media Breakfast Recap

I’m going to have to give up on recapping Social Media Breakfast-DC. You can either blame or thank Alex Priest (@alexpriest) for that … take a look at his recap of our March Breakfast — Blogging the City. I joke that if he continued to write such great recaps, people would stop coming to the actual event πŸ™‚

Thanks again to our great speakers:

To Tom and Tiffany Bridge (@tbridge and @tiffany) from We Love DC (@weloveDC) for sharing their undying passion for this city with us and for teaching us that DC is like one of those friends you love — and when they date great people you feel happy for them but when they date terrible people you have to show tough love to let them know πŸ™‚

To Amy Melrose (@amymelrose) from Free in DC (@freeinDCblog) for being genuine and for reminding us that DC is rich in culture and other things unrelated to politics, which she let’s us know about every day on her blog.

To Matt Rhoades and LuisΒ  Gomez (who was there in spirit!) from Borderstan (@borderstan) for sharing stories about their little piece of DC, where Dupont, Logan Circle, and U Street intersect; and for teaching us that blogging your neighborhood can make you (and your dog) a local superstar.

Finally, thank you you Frank Gruber (@frankgruber) and Jen Consalvo (@noreaster) for sharing the news about Digital Capital Week (@dcweek), 10 days of creative technology events, which will hit DC this summer, on June 11 – 20.

If you missed the breakfast, check out the live stream recording and a few of the pictures from the event. We hope you an join us next time!

Stay tuned for our April breakfast. Information will be posted on our EventBrite registration page: http://socialmediabreakfastdc.eventbrite.com

And another shout out to our March AND April (yay!) event partner:

Tungle.me:

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Thanks for the summary. It was a great event and I enjoyed listening to the speakers. Really good! Oh, not to forget – Tungle.Me rocks!

    Reply

  2. Glad you enjoyed the breakfast! Hope to have you again next time πŸ™‚

    Reply

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