The Distributed Distributed Work Meetup

  • May 10, 2010 · 5:00 PM

Because I love a technical challenge and distributed work this meetup is going to be in at least four locations at once! We have some awesome speakers in different locations and we're going broadcast between them.

Because of time zone issues West coast will start with talks and then have mingling later, while east coast will start with mingling and end with talks.

As usual we have a set of speakers that I really respect and I'm very excited to hear from, and as usual, they cover a range of business, art, academic and social issues around distributed work/crowdsourcing.

We also have Jeff Howe speaking - the Wired writer who coined the term "crowdsourcing".

Brent Frei, CEO SmartSheet, Author of Paid Crowdsourcing
Fred Benenson, Kickstarter, Translated Moby Dick into Emoji using Mechancial Turk
Alek Felstiner, Berkeley Law (Boalt)
Jeff Howe, Harvard


Seattle 5pm-8pm headquarters
1301 Fifth Ave
Seattle, WA

San Francisco 5pm-8pm
99 designs SF Office
Pier 38, Suite 315
San Francisco, CA

Boston 7pm-10pm
MIT Media Lab
Building E-14 Room 633
75 Amherst
Cambridge MA

New York 7pm-10pm
68 Jay Street #413
Brooklyn, NY

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  • Alexander S.

    The meeting was extremely interesting. The audio didn't work, so we had a "not so much Distributed Distributed Work meetup" (c)Chris. The beer and mingling played substitute for the first talks. I very much hope the talks and discussions were recorded, because ours was so interesting.

    May 11, 2010

  • Rick

    Great guest speaker, thanks for hosting this and for putting everything together!

    May 10, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm thinking of heading to either San Fran or Boston... does anyone who organizes or who's been to these previously have any suggestions?

    May 1, 2010

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