Today (and yesterday) in Twitterverse: InVerge 2008

Since I suck at live blogging, allow me to offer a selection of Tweets from attendees at InVerge 2008 at the Armory in NW Portland, yesterday and today.

Amy Goodman: “when was the last time an art director really cared to make a sale” #inverge
Dan Harbison: Lots of graphs and talking print ad layouts… Hmmm interactive folk glassing over. #inverge
Joshua Green: coming down from #inverge presentation. Went well. Very tired. Thanks to the crowd
PDX Tweet: Now, it’s about building networks.. content is still king, but now context is also king. Two kings, one internet. #di #inverge
Bram Pitoyo: Large media corporations used to be able to set their own ad rates, now they’re finding themselves as just *one* of the participants.
Carri Bugbee: #inverge It’s happeneing; culture is like a glacier. Takes forever to move, but once it gets going, it’s unstoppable. Myth: media moves fast
Gaia Borgias Brown: Cooperation meets competition = “coopetition” #inverge
yogacowgirls: #inverge engage your customers BEFORE your product launch, great idea! wanna buy a yoga video? not edited yet!
(me): the pool of #inverge tweets is here >>

About David Burn

I wrote my first ad for a political candidate when I was 17 years old. She won her race and I felt the seductive power of advertising for the first time. Today—after working for seven agencies in five states—I am now head of brand strategy and creative direction at Bonehook in Portland, Oregon.