A guide to NYC's Digital Technology Week: Part II

The second part of the installment.

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Here you go: the rest of New York's Digital Technology Week, both the official and the unofficial. The Silicon Alley Insider, by the way, has a great list of some stuff going on around the city on Tuesday night that I missed in my earlier recap, involving Diggnation and a Natalie Portman nude scene. W-T-F, Wes Anderson?

-- 11:30 AM ET: Guitar Hero III is unveiled in an event space near Times Square. It's invite-only, but knowing these things, some of the PR will spill out into the streets of midtown.
-- 8 PM ET: Tune into ABC to see if Mark Cuban got voted off Dancing with the Stars.

-- 8:00 AM-5:30 PM: Digital Media Wire's Millennials Conference at Scandinavia House
--1:00 PM-7:00 PM ET: The big event of the week, the DigitalLife
-- 7:00 PM ET: Center Networks holds a mixer for the Web 2.0 crowd at the For Your Imagination studios.

-- 8:30 AM-4:00 PM ET: Ypulse Tween Mashup conference at the Jacob Javits Convention Center
-- DigitalLife continues at the Javits Center (11:00 AM to 7:00 PM)

-- 12:00 PM ET: The Mega Meetup in Brooklyn's Prospect Park-- a confluence of multiple New York-based Meetups to celebrate the Scott Heiferman-founded site's fifth anniversary.
-- DigitalLife continues at the Javits Center (11:00 AM to 7:00 PM)

-- DigitalLife wraps up at 6:00 PM ET.
-- 6:00 PM ET: Most bars in the city are going to be open for quite a while longer. Go have fun. And if you're underage, go play Halo 3 instead.

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