Does anyone else channel the Mad Hatter when he/she thinks about an unconference? No? So I’m assuming I’m the only one who wishes herself a happy unbirthday 364 days out of every year? Well, not the only one—I guess there’s still this guy.
In all seriousness, if you haven’t heard of the Book Camp Toronto unconference yet, it’s time to check it out. Coming on the heels of the cancellation of Book Expo Canada, the unconference format allows a bunch of smart, booky people a venue to get together and talk about the future of the book.
Registration is full but the organizers are creating a waiting list. Might I add—if you want to have a lot of stuff to talk about, registering for the BNC Technology Forum 2009 on Thursday, March 12th seems like a great thing to do. Tickets are around $100 for a day of internationally renowned speakers. So, if you’re into this kind of thing, I gotta ask: why wouldn’t you go?