Redefining “Social”

Redefining “Social”

Worried that all that tweeting to off-site followers is making your attendees antisocial with the people in the room? Jeff De Cagna says instead of worrying, we should embrace interactions happening outside the meeting.

With attendees frantically updating their Facebook accounts on their Blackberrys between sessions, tweeting about your keynoter while she’s still on stage and tapping away on netbooks during breaks, one can’t help but wonder what happened to actually being social with the people who are in the same room. Is all this social networking making us less social face-to-face?

Jeff De Cagna, chief stra

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