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Manuela Farrell
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E2 Boston Call for Papers Community Vote - Now Open!

Thank you to all who submitted proposals and have participated in the Call for Papers process thus far. We received 466 submissions, our highest number yet! The level of collaboration and communication happening within the E2 Community on the Call for Papers site has also been very impressive. Comment threads and discussions around submissions were common, and several participants have let us know about meaningful connections they''ve made with fellow participants. We''re thrilled that our partnership with Spigit, Inc. to provide the E2 Community with a more collaborative submission and voting experience has been well received. Now comes the next stage: the Community Vote! Your feedback will be a primary factor in selecting sessions for Boston 2010.We encourage all who submitted, all who plan on attending Enterprise 2.0 Conference Boston, and anyone interested in Enterprise 2.0, to review the submissions, and vote for their favorites. Submissions are searchable by category, speaker or keyword, and votes received by each session will be viewable by all participants. Sessions advance to the final "Selected" stage based on community votes and final approval by our Advisory Board, and will be announced upon completion of the vote. We look forward to discovering the topics and sessions you want to see incorporated in the E2 Boston 2010 Conference Agenda. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at mfarrell@techweb.com or (415) 947-6250.

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