Tech & The District » dc tech events Tech the way we see it: insights and musings on technology PR, policy and the District, from H&K’s D.C. Tech Team. Thu, 04 Aug 2011 15:06:44 +0000 en hourly 1 On the Agenda Tue, 18 May 2010 15:01:54 +0000 Lindsay Campbell







Even though the next few weeks’ weather seems to be a hit-or-miss forecast of sunshine and 90 degree mornings and thunderstorm evenings, we have some of the best events to get you through May. So, whatever the event, whatever the weather, come rain or shine and we will be sure to see you there!

·         May 19thSocial Media Breakfast- Time relativity and social media

·         May 21stDC TechFest – Check out the full agenda to find a detailed list of sessions and events

·         May 25thGov. 2.0 Expo – Starting on May 25th, this three day expo will allow current government employees to explore technologies that are transforming our everyday lives.

·         May 26thDCMM Gears Up for Digital Capital Week*

·         May 27thRCR Local DC networking event – Listen to a panel of industry leaders discuss the National Broadband Plan and the impact on economic and employment growth.


*Keep in mind that June is fast approaching which means that Digital Capital Week is right around the corner! It starts on June 11th but check out the agenda here for a full list of events.

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On the Agenda Mon, 03 May 2010 16:05:07 +0000 Lindsay Campbell Happy May everyone! With a new calendar month to fill, we have some of the latest and greatest tech events happening right here in DC. Hope to see you there!



May 5th-Mobile TECH cocktail DC-Presented by Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Series


May 5th Connecting Communicators on Cinco de Mayo


May 6th- PoliTwitch! Political Reporting in the Age of Social Media


May 7thWhat Should the Next Communications Act Look Like? – Meet up at the National Press Club to discuss the recent Comcast v. FCC ruling as well as what the next FCC plan may look like.


May 12thSocial Media: Weapons of Mass Disruption – Taking place at the National Spy Museum to talk about the dangers of social media falling into the wrong hands.


May 15thJournalism Survival Bootcamp at the National Press Club – Stop in to find out what outlets such as AOL, POLITICO, National Public Radio looking for in journalists in this new digital world.



**Also – Mark your calendars for May 21st because the annual DC Techfest is right around the corner! Reserve your tickets now so that you can join in for a full day of different sessions geared towards your liking.

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On the Agenda Tue, 13 Apr 2010 17:54:04 +0000 Lindsay Campbell As promised, here are some up and coming events geared for all the DC tech lovers out there. Whether you’re interested in learning more about government relations or just to network, we have events here for you. Hope to see you there!

April 14thThe Washington, DC Blogger April Meetup

April 14th – Senate Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation examines the national broadband plan

April 16thPFF Briefing: Super-Sizing the FTC & What It Means for the Internet, Media & Advertising

April 16th Be There 2B Squared- Official Foursquare Day Event

April 17thTech Options for Mobile BusinessWashington Post tech columnist and Tech in 5 guest, Rob Pegoraro, will talk about every traveler’s nightmare: leaving for a trip and forgetting all your gadget chargers.

April 21st – New Media Tech – April Social Mixer

April 21st2010 State of the Mobile Net Conference

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