OpenWorld Press Passes for Apps Bloggers

Some of you have noticed that my publishing cycle recently has been slower than normal.  I'm in the midst of OpenWorld prep and a reorganization right now, with the combined effect being the proverbial perfect storm. 

Oracle OpenWorld 2007 Logo: Oracle OpenWorld 2007 San Francisco conference logo

This one's important, though.  It's something I've been lobbying for for a while, so I'll struggle, gasping, to the surface to highlight it:

All Apps (and general Oracle) bloggers are invited to register for a free Press pass to OpenWorld.  Jake Kuramoto, my impassioned colleague over at the Oracle AppsLab blog, has more details:
Apparently, the criteria for getting a blogger Press pass are surprisingly minimal.  According to Jake, they are:
  1. You are a blogger
  2. You blog about Oracle, enterprise software, Enterprise 2.0 or another loosely-coupled subject
This is a new thing for Oracle -- who knows where this will lead?  As far as I can tell, there's no Machiavellian grand plan to subvert the blogosphere; we just want to make sure that you're able to blog firsthand about OpenWorld without being constrained by the cost of getting in the door. 

If I were a blogger, I'd seize this unprecedented opportunity while it lasts.

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great news, really i wish if i had time to apply for visa and attend this year, i will come next year for sure.

have a nice time there.f
fadi

Posted by Fadi Hasweh on October 31, 2007 at 09:55 PM PDT #

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