What a Blurb meet-up looks like

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We Blurbified Kate O’Briens pub this past Monday night. It was our first San Francisco meet-up, co-hosted with Moo and Flickr, and about 200 people showed up. Photos can be seen here and here. (Thanks, magerleagues.)
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And our very own Jeremy captured some of the evening on video:

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6 Comments

  1. Any plans for a Blurb meet-up in the Nashville, TN area? Any method for arranging such things here on the Blurb blog?

      April 24, 2008 – 6:22 pm   Permalink
  2. Hi TS. We typically organize meet-ups close to where we’re attending events/conferences, or near our office in San Francisco. I’m not sure we’ll be near Nashville soon, but don’t let that stand in the way – we encourage Blurbarians to meet-up any time, anywhere.

    You can organize and announce meet-up plans in our forums, our Facebook group, and in our Flickr group. Please let us know if you do this – we’ll help spread the word.
    -Allison

      April 26, 2008 – 8:33 am   Permalink
  3. Allison, hi,
    what is the blurb facebook group called? I searched and could not find it. also where are the blurb forums? help!

    thanks,

    - J

      April 29, 2008 – 12:53 pm   Permalink
  4. disregard my question about the forums, I found them.
    thanks
    - J

      April 29, 2008 – 12:59 pm   Permalink
  5. Hey Jonathan. Ok, glad you found our forums. Here’s the blog post with a link to our Facebook app and group. -Allison

      April 29, 2008 – 3:38 pm   Permalink
  6. thanks Allison, when I found the forums, I also found that info :-)

    can I suggest giving the forums a bit more exposure, filed under the help pulldown menu they are tough to locate. maybe a link somewhere else that is more visible.

    - J

      April 30, 2008 – 5:27 pm   Permalink

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