The Spirit of BarCamp (Part 2): Principles of REBarCamp

In part 1, we explored the controversies and the issues surrounding what a Real Estate BarCamp should or should not be, and explored the rules and principles of the original tech-focused BarCamp.  At the end of that, I asked three questions: What goals are we trying to achieve with REBarCamps? Who benefits from REBarCamps?  Who […]

Come Forth, Ye Spirit of BarCamp! (Part 1)

Although I wanted to post this sooner, other commitments prevented getting to it before now.  And quite a few of these ideas have been hashed out, particularly in the TQ Radio Show yesterday, but there is something to putting ideas and questions into words.  So here we go. But first, a disclaimer: Many of you […]

Deference to Presenters & Barcamps

Now that I have recovered, more or less, from RE Barcamp Philadelphia (great job, by the way, Bill Lublin, Kim Wood, John Lauber, and the rest of the REBC PHL gang!), I wanted to ask a question: Are presenters at conferences owed any sort of deference by attendees? I also present at various events and […]

Deference to Presenters & Barcamps

Now that I have recovered, more or less, from RE Barcamp Philadelphia (great job, by the way, Bill Lublin, Kim Wood, John Lauber, and the rest of the REBC PHL gang!), I wanted to ask a question: Are presenters at conferences owed any sort of deference by attendees? I also present at various events and […]