I’m really looking forward to a few events in New York City coming up in June.
The first up is Mashable’s Media Summit 2010 on Tuesday, June 8. I’ve talked with the organizers about this for awhile and it’s not going to be your typical event. Dennis Crowley of Foursquare, Sports anchor Len Berman, and Baratunde Thurston of The Onion are among the speakers. I’m expecting this to be a major highlight of Internet Week.
Then on Monday, June 14 comes TWTRCON. Speakers include some of the bright minds behind Whole Foods, Domino’s, Livestrong, Dell, NASA, and Comcast. And want a really great keynote conversation? How about New York Times columnist David Pogue interviewing Martha Stewart? That afternoon, I get to interview Google Search Product Manager Dylan Casey about real-time search – this guy is fast enough (on two wheels) to keep up with Lance Armstrong, who he rode with, so he can probably keep up with Twitter. Tweet me (or, if you prefer, email me) any questions you want covered.
To build on all these heavy hitters, we’ve then got OMMA Social on Thursday, June 17. You’ll get a great panel on using paid media to drive earned media, an update on virtual goods, ramifications on Facebook’s Open Graph, and a discussion on Twitter’s ad model that I’m hosting with a few industry friends: Max Kalehoff of Clickable, Gary Stein of Isobar, and Sarah Conrad of Bravo. Expect more great additions to the agenda soon.