I’ve been helping to promote this Future Shop event (I always want to spell that as one word–FutureShop. Maybe they’ll rebrand?). It’s a debate/discussion about the future of HD-TV featuring Tod Maffin, Amber MacArthur and Leo Laporte. ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s being held here at a Vancouver ‘in-store’, as part of FutureShop.caÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s launch of their community forums (which, to my surprise, have already proven quite popular).
The Maffinator wrote a blog post about it, as did Ms. MacArthur. We’ve got about 15 local bloggers/podcasters/documenters-of-all-types coming to the event, but you can watch from anywhere via the magic of the webcast. Here are the details:
Thursday, September 27, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PST
You need to register to watch the thing.
UPDATE: I’ve had a cancellation, so there’s one spot available for tomorrow’s event. If you’re a blogger or podcaster-type, and would like to attend, please shoot me an email. First come, first served.
UPDATE #2: Somebody asked, so it might not be clear. I’m working for Future Shop to promote this event. Or, to be precise, I’m working for Future Shop’s marketing agency.
I’d love to attend, but honestly I’d just tell true stories of the awful things I’ve seen staff and management do.
…but I’m not bitter or anything 😛
I’ll second Andrew’s comment. Future Shop is owned by Best Buy and in my opinion is a company that should not be supported in any fashion whatsoever. I hope never to experience a work environment like Best Buy’s ever again.
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