Social Media Breakfast in San Francisco

It looks like we are going to have a good turn out on Thursday morning for the Social Media Breakfast, but we would love to see you there too. Jeff Pulver will be in town as our host / guest / leader which makes this quite a special event.  If you didn’t see it, there was this great article on the event and Jeff’s Social Networking Toolkit in Fortune a few weeks ago called “Geography, social media and breakfast.”  Of course, Jeff has done a great job further expanding on an idea Bryan Person started last August in Boston.

Please do register for the Social Media Breakfast on Eventbrite if you are planning on coming so we can have a decent head count.  Breakfast is at the “world famous” Sears Diner by Union Square in San Francisco, where we will be meeting downstairs…  A big thanks to Cathryn Hrudicka of Creative Sage for helping to put this together with Jeff, and for being such a strong supporter in our community.

This is exactly the sort of thing we want to promote more of through Social Media Club, and was one of the community events we spoke about bringing into what we called the “Coalition of the Willing” at SxSW last week (more on that soon).

  1. #1 by Colin Gillis - March 18th, 2008 at 09:59

    Hey Chris — Have a great time at breakfast !
    Let’s catch up when you are in NY — its been too long since Utah !! best -Colin

  2. #2 by Lorna Li - March 18th, 2008 at 14:50

    Hey there Chris,

    Looking forward to it. My new job currently takes me to the bleeding edge of social media and enterprise – am excited to reconnect with Social Media Club.


    Lorna Li

  3. #3 by Jacob Morgan - March 19th, 2008 at 00:50

    Hey Chris,

    I’m looking forward to the event. It is going to be great to connect with everyone in person.


  4. #4 by Cathryn Hrudicka - March 29th, 2008 at 05:21


    Thanks for the shout-out! It was a very fun and informative event, and I loved seeing you, Kristie, Jeff Pulver, and all the other great folks who were there. I look forward to helping out with future Social Media Club programs. Cheers to you and Kristie! 🙂

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