Because I’m a glutton for punishment and it has been nearly 2 months since I was in Australia, I will be heading down under this Friday. I will be delivering the Web 2.0 Executive Bootcamp as a workshop annex to Web Directions South. And I’m very pleased that Stephen Collins of Acid Labs will be joining me in the delivery. If you are going to be in Sydney next week, it is still not too late to sign up. See you there?
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I rarely wax poetic about restaurants, but I had such a wonderful experience in Melbourne that I wanted to share it. I was down under to deliver a keynote and masterclass at KM Australia 2008. (I promise I will have the summary of the keynote posted soon!) While there, I had the great good fortune to join some members of the Knowledge Management Roundtable Victoria for dinner. The ringleader for the evening was Michelle Lambert and through her sheer determination, we were able to land a table for eight at Longrain Resturant and Bar. (Much thanks to Geri Overberg for modeling the restaurant’s shingle in the photo!)
The menu is nouveau asian fusion and because we had a large group we ordered a banquet menu. The banquet include a wide range of dishes and each of they was simply delicious. From the curries to the seafood, from the silken tofu to the young coconut gelatin – everything was simply delicious! If you are ever in Melbourne, be sure to make Longrain part of your trip. You will not be disappointed!
Despite it being mid-winter down under and my only have a few non-working days, I did get out to see a bit of the city. If you would like to see the smattering of photos from the trip that I posted on Facebook, just click the picture below:
Just wanted to post a note that I will be on travel the next two weeks, so the posting here may be even slower than usual. I will be in Singapore delivering Web 2.0 & Enterprise 2.0 Foundations masterclass July 17-18 and delivering a keynote and masterclass at KM Australia July 21-23.
My keynote at KM Australia is entitled Abandon Your Content Management System: KM in the Age of GooTube. I hope to get a synopsis of it up here as a post soon.
I’m looking forward to being down-under and I hope they are having a mild winter so I can enjoy some of my short stay. If you will be in Singapore or Australia, it’s not to late to register (I think). See you there?