209 East 6th Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia

If you work at the intersection of technology and community-building, we hope you'll join us for a May 4th gathering of Social Tech Brewing's Vancouver chapter. Social Tech Brewing brings together folks from nonprofit organizations, community service, social activism, social ventures and technology to share ideas -- and beer!

Our May 4th event will look forward to the June meeting of the UN's World Urban Forum (WUF) here in Vancouver. WUF will bring a remarkable range of government leaders, community development workers and urban activists to Vancouver to talk about the future of sustainable cities. And the lead-up to WUF has already featured one of the Net's most ambitious online dialogue efforts to date, the Habitat Jam.

The STB meeting on May 4th will feature a short panel and Q&A session to illuminate some of the innovative technology projects that are happneing around the WUF meeting. We'll hear from one of the members of the Habitat Jam team about what was learned from the Jam experiment. And we'll also hear from Steven Forth of the Global Urban Sustainable Solutions Exchange, a Vancouver-based information and social networking resource that will launch at the WUF in June.

The panel will start at 6:15 and wrap by 6:45, so please come early so you can be part of the discussion. And plan to stick around for another hour after the panel to be part of the beer drinking, gossip exchange, and general consipracy-hatching.

We hope to see you there!

Questions? Email info[at]socialsignal[dot]com

Official Website: http://www.socialsignal.com/stb-4May

Added by awsamuel on April 19, 2006



Hopefully I will be back from SF in time for this.


Will anyone be podcasting this?


maybe i will do this if i go :-)


Nancy: We are trying to get podcasting arranged - we'll let you know!!


I will be attending! See you all there.


Sorry folks I won't be able to make it. See you next time. evan


I'll be podcasting with RainCity's Microtrack and one microphone. The whip is a small space, so it should be no problem for me to move quickly from speaker to speaker


I posted some pics at http://flickr.com/photos/formulaphoto/140856163/ (4 images total).