Approaching 95 miles per hour

I’m getting closer to 100 MPH, it’s 4:30 am and I’ve been up doing my work, preparing for presentations etc.

Sunday was busy, I stopped by Brian Solis’s bbq before going to Shel Israel’s bbq, it was actually fun to see all these people outside of a work context.

Monday I recorded a discussion with the famed Marketing Profs on the topic of Social Media and Customer Reference programs, which is track on the virtual conference called “How to Find New B-to-B Customers Online“, you can sign up on this site, it’s fully interactive with chat and slides. I also video interviewed Jim Sterne, one of the web analytics gurus, who invited me to speak at his emetrics summit in the east coast this fall. I’m still getting tapes slowly published, so bear with me if I’ve interviewed you in the past. I stopped by the social media club’s silicon valley chapter meeting before talking to Kara, who’s interviewing me for an upcoming article. (and she asked me to speak at UC Berkeley)

Tuesday (Today) I’ll be at the New Media Summit and will live stream, I’m on a panel discussing social media measurement then I’m going to Microsoft for the startup Silicon Valley launch event.

Wednesday Ill be at Community Unconference at the computer history museum, and will do some live streaming,

Thur and Friday are filling up fast, but I’m trying to take it easy.

Next Monday is the Social Media Workshop (sign up using my discount code), I hope to see you there.

In two weeks I’ll be heading to Singapore to speak at the IX 2007 Media Convergence conference, there’s a blogger dinner that I kicked off that’s blossomed into something larger. (more news coming soon)

If you want to find events to attend in the SF Bay area, check out this list I started of user groups. If you’re not in this area, check out upcoming.org, zvents, and others.