Even if you cannot persuade your company to shell out for an All Access Pass, you can still signup for a Free Expo Only Pass that is worth its weight in gold!
I just received a jolly cheerful email saying that my Free Expo Pass was waiting for me. If the truth be told, this came as something of a surprise because I already have a pass that is so awesomely powerful that – not only will all doors be flung open as I approach – but the people in charge of flinging those doors open will also scatter rose petals at my feet and throw themselves face down on the floor as I stride past.
Now, I don’t care what you say, that's a pretty darn good pass!
But we digress… The point is that even if you cannot persuade your company to shell out for an All Access Pass, you can still signup for a Free Expo Only Pass that is worth its weight in gold (Click Here to Register for your free pass). In addition to visiting with all of the exhibitors, the Expo Only Pass allows you to attend the high-profile keynote presentations by Luke Dubord from NASA, Mayim Bialik from The Big Bang Theory, and Hugh Herr from MIT Lab. And it also grants you access to all of the Hands on Speed Training sessions, plus it also gains you access to the Expo Party on Tuesday Evening, during which we will be having the Great CapNet Giveaway!
And… of course… best of all… if you are very, very lucky, you will get to see yours truly! I'll be easy to spot because (a) I will be sporting my wireless mesh networked propeller beanie and (b) people will be throwing themselves face down on the floor as I stride past (grin).
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