mesh me in Toronto, May 15 and 16

I’ve just registered to attend mesh.

mesh is Canada’s Web 2.0 conference, being held in Toronto on May 15 & 16. You will hear from thought leaders, connect with peers, and get a better understanding of the impact of new developments online. mesh brings together people who are passionate about the potential of the Web to change how we live, work and play. Meet the next generation of Web ideas, leaders and companies at mesh.

Some great speakers: Om Malik, Michael Geist, Tara Hunt, Paul Kedrosky, Steve Rubel, Jason Fried, Andrew Coyne, Chris Messina, Amber MacArthur, Stewe Boyd and David Crow.

Should be a great conversation. So, if you’re in or near or able to get to Toronto on May 15 and 16, let’s mesh!

Thanks to David Jones for the heads up.

  • Joseph: Thanks for blogging mesh. The five of us are really fired up about creating this event. Looking forward to seeing you there, in May.

    Tell your friends and colleagues. Even competitors 😉

    – stuart [at] meshconference.com

  • Stuart, I’m telling all my friends within shouting distance of Toronto that they want to be at this session. It will be THE opportunity for the Canadian social media community to meet, exchange views and advance our understanding of what is on the horizon.

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  • Sadly, though, that list is pretty US-heavy. Where the Canadians?

    Then again, Lord Stanley has been asking the same question for quite a while…