End of Social Media Week



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else would a group of gabbers end a week of networking . . . except for some more small talk over a pint! The first
Social Media Week in Atlanta ended with cheers and more elbow rubbing at Fado’s Irish Pub in Buckhead. I had left the house with plans to go to SCAD to hear a panel before the closing party, but unfortunately, not even my GPS could help me find the location. However, rumor has it that the closing buy phentermine next day delivery ceremony was a better event, so at least I got the better half! Rumor also says that this annual event might start charging it’s participants. Is it really smart to charge for an event wherein the sponsored item (“Social Media”) is shared openly with everyone for free? Either way, I can’t wait until next year! It’ll only be bigger and better. Thank you to all the people I met at the classes/events!

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