Mix up a bunch of super famous internet memes, some brainy academics, a big audience, dump them in Cambridge, MA and you’ve got ROFLCon.
The conference is slated for April 25th and 26th of 2008.
It’s a group dissection of internet culture. What makes it work, why it works, how it works. We’ll talk about where internet culture has been and where we think it’s going.
Then, there’ll be parties. A music show, with memes performing their work live. And then a big blowout party at the end, with everyone dancing and rocking out.
Needless to say, this might be the most important gathering since the fall of the tower of Babel.
I am SO there. Well, probably not for the dancing.
April’s turning out to be a VERY busy month, as I’m also heading to the IBM Web 2.0 Summit April 15-17. Hackday is hosting a Birds of a Feather session. Luis will be there! And J-F!