The end of BlogWalk

Lilia Efimova, Sebastian Fiedler and Ton Zijlstra have announced that they are formally closing the BlogWalk series.  I hosted one event in the midst of a January blizzard in Chicago and enjoyed it very much.  Here is my initial summary of the event.

The End of BlogWalk

We have decided to formally end the BlogWalk series.

After 11 sessions, bringing over 250 people interested in social media from all kinds of academic and business backgrounds together across three continents, we look back on a series of very inspiring meetings, that generated all kinds of spin-off and combinations of people collaborating.

Thank you for creating this series and inviting me to participate!  And thanks to everyone in the larger community who has participated directly and indirectly in these conversations.

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Ton Zijlstra said:

Hi Jack,
Yes I remember the snow ball fight pics coming online watching BlogWalk Chicago from home in Europe! Most BlogWalk sessions wouldn't have happened without the work of those helping out locally 'on the ground'. It was fun doing it, thanks to you and others that made it what it was.

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