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The Madness That Was Geekend 2011

Posted on November 29, 2011 By Katheriin Liibert

There are few words that can truly explain the amazingness that was Geekend 2011. As usual, the finest geeks from across all nations gathered in beautiful Savannah, Georgia to geek-out over the lastest insights in areas such as digital analytics, social media and even kazoos. Our speakers were not only speakers – they were techno-savvy rockstars (check out the illustrated notes from the keynote talks here!). And, in proper fashion, our attendees showed Savannah what it’s really like to party. That’s just how we do. Check out our recap posts from the event in Savannah to see how it all went down! Day 1/Day 2/Day 3

While the usual afterparty blowouts, kick-ass speakers and generally great times were to be expected, this year also came with some curve balls to spice things up. For one, we brought in teachers to the event to spread the Geekend learnings to classrooms across Savannah! Take a look at some of the highlights from our other latest additions!

Geekend Roadshow: We ambushed Boston in our first ever Geekend Roadshow. Check out the podcasts and Day 1/Day 2 recaps if you missed it!

Hackathon: With Geekend 2011 came the debut of the Hackathon! If you missed it or want to hear more, you can always visit a little site called Engadget. Our friends over at SavannahNow.com also did a great write up on the event! A big thank you goes to the judges who crowned the winning projects.

EN-V: Last but not least, this year at Geekend we took a spin in the GM EN-V!  Check out the photos and a video of the EN-V in action!

Finally, a big thank you to Mashable for the write ups on some of our sessions!

From the Boston Roadshow:

Measuring Social Media ROI: 3 Things to Consider

7 Easy Steps for Creating Buzzworthy Content

4 Essential Tips for Conquering the App Development Process

From the Savannah Conference: *stay tuned*

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