@Media Antarctica

1 April 2007


A Blue Perspective: @Media Antarctica

What really gets me excited about the Web is breaking new ground. That's why I'm pleased to be involved with the @Media conference, because Patrick Griffiths just keeps trying his hardest to make this the most innovative event possible. In addition to the previously published dates in San Francisco and London, Patrick just added Antarctica to the calendar.

Only 40 lucky people will get the opportunity to hear some of the Web's greatest minds in the beautiful surrounds of Adelaide Island, just a short flight from Tierra Del Fuego in Argentina. So if you want to be one of the select few, grab your ticket quick!


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    Lindsay Evans commented on 1 April 2007 @ 19:51

    Man, I am so there!

    You'd be a fool not to go!

  2. 2/6

    David McDonald commented on 1 April 2007 @ 22:42

    This would certainly be an amazing event. Is the price mentioned on the @media site in US dollars?

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    Molly E. Holzschlag commented on 1 April 2007 @ 23:06

    Is Tierra Del Fuego ("Land of Fire") cold? I'm working out my wardrobe for the trip, ;-)

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    Tim Lucas commented on 2 April 2007 @ 10:12

    I've bought my ticket!

  5. 5/6

    Respiro, the logo design guy commented on 2 April 2007 @ 23:21

    BRRR...Don't forget some warm clothes... :)

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    Zderzaki commented on 5 April 2007 @ 16:52

    lol! I wish I could go :/

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