Fortunately, the very thing that I have worked so hard to make awesome when attending GHC in the past is allowing me to enjoy this year's edition from afar: the online communities.
I have a whole new appreciation for the many awesome posts on attendees' blogs and Twitter accounts. While seeing conversations between all the people I am missing out on meeting up with makes me feel sad, I also find myself vibrating with excitement with all the amazing things happening in Portland. From the wonderful keynote speakers to the fantastic panels to the neat e-textile workshop, this conference must be the best one yet.While there is nothing at this year's conference on e-textiles (at least, not that I know of!), the conference is once again gearing up to be the biggest and best. Along with that comes our largest set of amazing volunteers ever – they will be giving their time as always to share the conference through our online communities. And so, the reason I'm excited about GHC15 is the fact that I'll have more blogs, notes, and tweets to enjoy from afar than ever before!
If you'd like to enjoy GHC from afar as well, be sure to check out these amazing sources.
- GHC Community Blog
- GHC15 Conference Notes Wiki
- Official @ghc Account on Twitter
- Community #ghc15 Hashtag on Twitter
- GHC Facebook Page
- GHC LinkedIn Group
Perhaps I'll see you on Twitter this October (I'm @gailcarmichael), and we can share the conference from afar together!