Sunday in the Berlind household is usually pancake day, a time when I get to clear my mind, plant the kids in front of the stove where we collaborate on a different kind of stack building (not software). This Sunday won't be any different. But, come Sunday afternoon, me and the boys will be packing into the SUV and heading down to NYC for three back-to-back events.
The week starts off on Monday morning with Startup Camp at the New York Seminar and Conference Center. Startup Camp is an unconference that's produced by my events company (Mass Events Labs) and it's primarily for the various constituencies with a stake in startups: entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and people looking for employment with companies offering ground floor opportunities. I along with the co-founder of Mass Events Labs Doug Gold will be there and I'll have my one-man video and audio production crew Matt Conner with me to find some good technology stories to tell. This is our third Startup Camp (our first on the East Coast) and, if you're in the area, you're still welcome to join us. Feel free to sign up on the registration page and show up on Monday morning.
Once Camp is over on Tuesday night, we dive straight into Mobile Business Expo the next day where I'm scheduled to do a mobile show-n-tell of a bunch of interesting mobile devices. I have a pile of them in my study right now. Some you've seen. Some you haven't. So, if you're near the Javits Center on Wednesday, try to swing by my session at 10:45.
Mobile Business Expo is actually a part of the larger Interop show where Matt and I will be rolling tape and hunting down even more interesting technology stories. The goal of course is to seize the opportunity of there being so much technology in one place at one time to crank out some great video of that tech in action. So, if you can't make it to any of the events, try swinging by my blog to get the video coverage of them.