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COME 1.0, COME ALL!
On Thursday, December 11th from 5:00pm to 10:00pm, the Digital Family Reunion (DFR) is bringing the Southern California technology and business communities together for the holidays at the Skirball Cultural Center. In association with some of the region's top trade associations and social networking groups, the DFR is throwing the holiday party of the millennium... so far! The DFR will reignite old relationships, spark new ones, and set the stage to kick off 2009 with a bright new start.
Inviting early adopters and legacy participants of the Internet 1.0 and today's digitally apt Internet 2.0 tube dwellers, the DFR will create the optimum conditions for these generations to synergize with one another and inspire opportunities that will serve our industries, our region, and our society at large. Attendees will include leaders from all the major industry sectors such as media, entertainment, finance, publishing, venture funding, software, commerce, education, and many more.
The DFR is helping to set an engagement platform to advance the conversation between these like-minded, yet diverse communities by asking the question: "If we knew how connected we all are, how would that change everything?"
Join us for this unique business networking event, which includes a town hall meeting forecasting 2009, a conversation with the recipient of the DFR "Outstanding Achievement Honor", promotion of an important non-profit initiative, showcase tables from over 25 technology associations and networking groups, entertainment and much more.