Yup, we finally got one! Thanks to Mark Evans, Mathew Ingram, Mike McDerment, Rob Hyndman and Stuart MacDonald for this initiative.
I will try all my best to be there; I should register in a couple of days.
Mesh will take place in Toronto at the MaRS Collaboration Centre the 15th and 16th May 2006.
Many people will be there like Steve Rubel, Tara Hunt, Om Malik, Jason Fried, Stowe Boyd, Amber MacArthur, and many others.
The agenda is not fixed at the moment, but Stuart will put it on their blog as soon as it is nailed down.
For the attendees, you should use the tag Mesh06 when blogging about that event.
Who are currently talking about that event? Check out the Technorati Tags; however, at the moment you can find more results using Talk Digger.
I just found via the Remarkk blog that there is a BarCamp in Toronto the 13th and 14th May 2006, just before the conference. It could be a good warm-up, and it could be a good place to present a new major feature of Talk Digger (in fact it is far more ambitious than the meta-search engines I created with Talk Digger, and in my humble opinion, it have far more potential to connect people and find/follow/enter into discussions evolving on the Web). The only thing I hope is being able to finish a demo by the 12 May; otherwise I could simply talk about Web discussions.
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