re:publica 10 (#rp10) social media conference starting tomorrow .
As you may have noticed, the conference has kind of started already for me and my fellow Bloggingportal.eu editors with our collective translation experiment last week.
The little experiment was part of the preparations for a workshop eurosocialiste, Jon, Martin and I are organising under the modest title "How to reach one million Europeans" (which is a reference to the European Citizens' Initiative) at the conference on Thursday.
Today, I'll still have to do some organisational stuff in Berlin - my old home - and then tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock the conference will kick off. The organisers say that we will be 2,500 people which sounds pretty big. So hopefully I will find the time to write one or another blog post, sending live impressions from this crowd of "social mediatics".
I also hope to meet some of you who I just know virtually so far or who are interested in the eurosphere - so just comment on this post, send me an email or contact me on Twitter if you'd like to meet, even if it's at the sidelines of the conference in case you're not attending.
PS: You can also talk to me directly when you see me on the conference venue: I am young, male, white, and I use a laptop.
Martin Schulz, avide de Commission
3 hours ago