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September 29, 2010


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Brian Cavoli

Scott, We hope you'll be able to attend the BzzAgent "Monsters of Pork" party during FutureM. The party is at 7pm on 10/6 at Petit Robert Central. Registration is at http://www.bzzagent.com/go/monsters/


Jessica Winston

Thanks for this post, Scott; so nice to have Boston = New Marketing!

When the concept for this week long conference first came up at a board meeting at MITX earlier this year, we thought it was a no brainer with all of the amazing talent and companies we have here in New England. What we could never have imagined then, was just how much support and interest we would receive from all over the country. It's really been an amazing process and I'm delighted to see you're going to be a part of it!

It will be fun to see how we can come together as a community and raise the bar for FutureM 2011. I wonder what a year will do for an industry that moves as fast as this one. If you've got thoughts on how we can raise the bar email info@futurem.org or comment here.

Hope to see you at one of the events!

David Meerman Scott

Brian and Jessica - my name is David...

Thanks for the comments. Yes, this is a good set of events and I am glad I am participating.


Jessica Winston

Oh my good ness David - I'm so sorry. I think I skimmed Brian's response and the name stuck! Never the less I am delighted you're in. Let me make it up to you and I'll buy you a drink at CyberBrew on Thurs?

David Meerman Scott

no worries Jessica

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