TechCrunch drinks & Widgety Goodness Dec 6th

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Widgety Goodness, the first European conference on web widgets and applications, kicks off on Thursday December 6th at the Corn Exchange, Brighton. TechCrunch UK is media partner and we have ten tickets to give away to the most enthusiastic commenters on this post.

Speakers include Tariq Krim (founder Netvibes), Russell Davies (OpenIntelligenceAgency) and Ivan Pope (founder Snipperoo) and a host of others.

Channel 4 will be launching an RSS/widget competition at the event and there are various other announcements lined up for the day.

Bloggers can apply for a blogger pass to the event, and as well as early bird discounts, and you can ask for a special TechCrunch discount.

TechCrunch UK will also be hosting a FREE after-event drinks party You need to grab a free ticket here.  **Any tech person in Brighton is invited to attend, but tickets are limited to 100**.

The drinks party is kindly sponsored by Nixon Mcinnes, Spanner Works, Big Mouth Media and doof.com.

Any other firms interested in sponsorship – including the TechCrunch drinks – should contact organiser Ivan Pope.

  • http://23musings.blogspot.com Steve E

    Looking forward to this one! Just down the road from home and a great list of speakers!

  • http://www.zebtab.com Rob Eberstein

    Mike, would love to come to this event next week. I’ve long been a fan of Netvibes and web widgets, and am really interested to see the move of web widgets to the desktop as mentioned by Yahoo: http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/yahoo_to_take_web_widgets_to_the_desktop.php
    I’m sure it will be a great day.

  • http://fav.or.it Nick Halstead

    I would really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really love to go to the event, that enthusiastic enough?

    Nick

  • http://www.skimbit.com Alicia Navarro

    Mike – wow, what a challenge!

    How about this – running my own business, doing almost every function myself (strategy, product design, testing, project management, marketing etc), embarking on the search for funding, etc… means I have no money or time for a proper holiday for the foreseeable future.

    A ticket to this event pretty much would constitute my holiday plans for the next year – so think what a glorious boon you will be granting me to breathe sea breeze and get out of London for a day!

    Sounds like a really interesting event too :)

  • http://http:/www.thehodge.co.uk Dominic Hodgson

    I’d really really like the day off to go to this….

    and

    I’d really really really really like a ticket…

    and

    I’d really really really like to learn how to dance

    I’ll let you pick one of them to sort out Mike

  • Mike Butcher

    Congrats, you all won free tickets to Widgety Goodness!

  • http://www.nakedyak.com Biff

    As well as Brighton being an amazingly open and welcoming place, the people I’ve met from the tech scene have all been legendary. It’s going to be a pleasure coming down for the after party, but a ticket to the main event would transcend splendidness!

    ~biff~

  • http://www.seojunkies.com Diane Forster

    yes, i really like that events.
    thanks

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