How to Maximize Internets at an Internet Conference

Posted on April 30, 2010 by Alex Leavitt
Categories: Alex, Announcements, Participate, Uncategorized



#0 – Actually get to MIT! But once you’ve arrived, check in to Foursquare at ROFLcon II.


#1 – Upload your pictures to Flickr. Tag your pics with “roflcon.” Join and send your photos to the ROFLcon Flickr group so that they’ll appear in the stream on the homepage. License your pictures with a Creative Commons license, so we can feature them in our blog posts!


#2 – Make sure to follow @roflcon on Twitter to stay current with conference updates. Use the #roflcon hashtag, or search for #roflcon to see what other attendees are blabbing about.


#3 – Have questions during any of the panels? Use our nifty backchannel feature! If you want to feel shiny, visit with your mobile phone to use the mobile-optimized


#4 – Watch the homepage for liveblogs of all those panels you missed.


#5 – Or, if you don’t feel like reading, watch on of the live video streams from each panel room!


#6 – If you get lost on MIT’s campus, be sure to check out this handy-dandy notebook webpage.


#7 – Perhaps you fancy some food? Check out this Google Maps page!


#8 – Feel like you need some drinks instead? Browse this alternate map!


#9 – And, of course, you want some WiFi, right? If you find yourself in the Media Lab, use media lab 802.11. For all the other rooms, use MIT GUEST.


#10 – And, as always, check out the online version of the schedule here.


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