Over 210 people turned up for our MediaNama "Turning 3" Mixer. By 8:30pm, we already had a full house, and we finished up rather late, at 11:30pm. For those of you who came, we hope you had a good time, and those of you who couldn't make it (we had close to 300 registrations), we hope to see you at the next one. There's a demand for a Mixer in Bangalore. In case anyone is interested in helping us out there, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The photos on our Facebook Page: here, and on Picasa: here. These are just the photos from my camera, and we're waiting for many more from Harn33t. Please do tag your photos from the Mixer on Facebook with 'MediaNama3'. Two particularly interesting comments on Twitter, post the mixer: - Praval Singh said that the "most interesting thing about mixer was that no one talked about social media, finally!". To be honest - that wasn't intentional, but I'm glad that we hosted something that went beyond the usual discussions. - Karan Bhujbal said that "learning from #medianama #mixer - for spurring conversations, sometimes its a gr8 agenda to hav no agenda!" Across the board, we found people were relaxed, and still discussing business. Like Karan mentioned, the agenda was to have no agenda, and for you to bring your own. Some said that they felt there was a lot positive energy in the room, and not the usual cynicism of conferences. I did notice that this was…
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