Webware is gearing up to cover Web 2.0 Expo, which kicks off Sunday, April 15 in San Francisco. I'm looking forward to a night of schmoozing with the developers and designers of all the applications we cover here on Webware--and, of course, to discovering new services to write about.
Webware is a media sponsor of the event, and as part of that deal, I get to give out free Expo Passes, which get you admission to the trade show, the keynote speeches, the LaunchPad sessions where new companies are introduced, and a few other types of session. To nab your pass, find the registration page on the Web 2.0 Expo site, and use this promotion code: webex07wbr, which gives you $100 off the $100 ticket price, thus making it free.
I might grab one or two full conference passes and give those away too, but they're a lot more expensive, so it's going to take more than just a promo code to spring those tickets. I'm thinking of doing a contest, but the "tell me why I suck" idea is already taken. So, I'll let you know if I can make it happen.
If you are attending the full conference, you might want to check out the panel I'm moderating, Web 2.0 for Small Business, at 1:30 PM on April 17. I have a cool lineup of panelists: Satish Dharmaraj, the CEO of Zimbra; Ismael Ghalimi, CEO of Intalio and ringleader of the Office 2.0 conference; Om Malik, founder and editor of GigaOm; and Rajen Sheth, enterprise product manager from Google.