Two weeks ago I received a somewhat surprising email from Alticor inviting me to participate as a guest panellist for a “blogging session” at a larger conference they are hosting for their Global Communications Personnel. Given the previous week I’d been “outed” by a well known Amway/Quixtar critic, the decision to accept the invitation was relatively easy.
I’ve still received no details on the format of the panel except that it will for around 2 hours and that the conference is in Prague, Czech Republic. Being naturally curious about who else may be attending I’ve searched around the lairs of “the usual suspects” and discovered that the somewhat notorious “Tex” has accepted an invitation. Tex being Tex he bragged of his invitation on a “Tex dedicated” blog being run by occasional IBO and professional comedian, Dave Robison, host of www.ontheroadwithdave.com. Dave too has admitted he has accepted an invitation. I’m aware of one other person who has apparently accepted an invitation, however since to the best of my knowledge they haven’t made this public.
It’s certainly an interesting invitee list, don’t you think? We know what Tex will want to talk about, there’s no doubt there. Dave Robison has had some great suggestions over the years on how Amway/Quixtar could better utilise the internet, I’m looking forward to meeting him. I’m very curious as to why certain folk were invited. As we get closer to the date I’ll hopefully have more information to share. In the meantime I’d appreciate my fellow netizens input on the matter and any topics/issues they might be interested in me raising. I’m not even sure if the format will allow that possibility, but can’t hurt to ask!
If anyone else has been invited and chosen to refuse/accept, I’d love to hear from you. I’ve been to Prague before, it’s a beautiful city, for those coming perhaps we can check out some sites and have a drink or two before or after the panel. (Yes Tex, that offer stands for you too!)
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