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8 Days Left on OVC 2011 Early-bird Special!

For those that are already attending, thanks and we’ll see you there! If you’ve thought about registering, we just want to give you a heads up that the early bird special rates will be ending on May 31st. If you register now, you can save up to 35% on registration.

Additionally, we’ll be ending our call for session proposals on the same day.

If you’re still on the fence about attending, we’ll be rolling out some pretty cool announcements this week that just might solidify your decision. Here’s a quick recap on the basics of this year:

What: OVC 2011 is a smaller and more focused event. You’ll spend your time meeting people, making things, and laying plans. New policy initiative? New software project? This year’s event is designed for builders, tinkers, makers, and doers.

Who: 300+ developers, designers, lawyers, and storytellers exploring the possibilities of free culture and open source video.

When: September 10-12, 2011

Where: New York Law School

Stay tuned tomorrow and the rest of the week for updates on what’s going in this year’s OVC. For now please enjoy this awesome OVC 2010 video by Jacob Caggiano:

 

Download: [ogv] [mp4]

2 Responses to “8 Days Left on OVC 2011 Early-bird Special!”

  1. great video, jacob!

  2. jacob says:

    Thanks!! I interviewed someone from archive.org (name inaccessible at the moment) but couldn’t include it due to time and aesthetic flow constraints, hope there was no offense, love your work at The Archive (saved my butt so many times on my videos, especially this one http://www.knightcomm.org/journalists-and-librarians-finding-common-ground/ )

    See ya in September!?

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