N97 24/7: The Stops

Okay, so from the links below it seems that the official title of the tour is “N97 24/7”. I’m going to keep using #n97usa as a hashtag on Twitter because non-alphanumeric characters in such things don’t seem to work…

There are pages already up for three of the four Nokia-sponsored events on BarCamp.org — here’s the brief:

Four bloggers have been selected to travel the country and test Nokia’s newest convergence device, the N97.  For two weeks, the group travels to LA, San Fran, Chicago and New York testing the device in real world applications and sharing their honest feedback in real-time via their blogs and other social networks.

Along the journey, they’ll spend a day in each city hosting a BarCamp to talk about their interest areas as they relate to technology and convergence.  Interest areas include: Content Creation, Content Consumption, Communication and Navigation.  We hope that this BarCamp will bring together a mix of people, who all have a passionate interest in one of these areas.

And here are some updated details of the individual events:

1st Stop: Los Angeles

Saturday, July 11, 10AM – 5PM

UCLA
Bradley International Hall

330 De Neve Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90095

More info and sign-up here.

2nd Stop: San Francisco

Tuesday, July 14,  7PM – 10PM

Swedish American Hall
2174 Market Street
San Francisco, CA. 94114

More info and sign-up here.

3rd Stop: Chicago

Saturday, July 18, 10AM – 5PM

Illinois Institute of Technology
Campus & Conference Centers
Trustee Room
3201 S. State Street
Chicago IL 60616

More info and sign-up here.

4th Stop: New York

Date & Time TBA

THE XCHANGE
640 W 28th St
New York, NY 10001

More info to follow…

If you’re located in one of these fine cities come on out and say hi — admission is free!

😎

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