One of the best events I attended in 2008 was the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston.
It was full of detailed, real case studies, a well-managed minimum of vendor pitches (except where they were noted as such) and several hundred smart people I managed to meet face-to-face for the first time. As much as I only got to spend a day or so sightseeing in and around Boston, it was a great place to spend a few days immersed in the Enterprise 2.0 world and a little US history.
The conference is on again in Boston on June 22-25. I’d love the opportunity to go, but it’s just not going to happen this year unless Christmas comes early. Instead, as a blog partner for the conference, I have a discount code for 30% off – use it if you want to register.
I’ve also got a full conference pass to give away. But that’s going to be a little more challenging. I want you to comment here on how Enterprise 2.0 can be an enabler for Government 2.0. The combination of these two movements, closely related as they are, offer great opportunity and I want to hear your view. The best idea will get the pass.