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Hot Tech Teens: Teens in Tech Conference In January

special eventImagine you are a teenager sitting in a room full of the most brilliant and successful minds in the world. You have a chance to ask them any questions you want. You are free to discuss any subject on your mind, or theirs. You can share what you know with them openly, and they will teach you how to do it better and faster. It’s an open room filled with the greatest thinkers and successful entrepreneurs, geniuses all. Wow!

Now, look around that room again and notice that every one in the room is your age. How does that feel?

On January 31, 2009, at Microsoft San Francisco, you can experience that reality at the first annual Teens in Tech Conference 2009.

Teens in Tech Conference

Daniel Brusilovsky of Daniel Brusilovsky of Teens in Tech and Apple Universe, and his business partner, Sam Levin, are bringing together youth and technology, some of the greatest young minds to meet with each other and older brains in this unique event.

We’ve all heard the stories of the young kids who turned out to mold our future while they were still almost in training pants, or at least soon out of them. , Bill Gates, Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs, Alexander the Great, Mary Shelley, Joan of Arc, and that great dead child king we all celebrate but know so little about, King Tutankhamen – all legends that changed and influenced our lives before they hit their stride. Daniel Brusilovsky is about to join their ranks, I’m sure of it.

This one day event in San Francisco will bring teen and adult participants together with some of the hottest teens and former teens in web technology, development, and multimedia technology. Speakers include:

There is no doubt in my mind that the future will come from that room. Already, the speakers represented here are helping us think and behavior differently online and use tools they helped create or influence.

There are still some seats available, but the expectation is that this will quickly fill up. Register now. Ticket prices are USD $20 – 30.

The Twitter account to track for the Teens in Tech Conference is . The hashtag is #teensintechconf.

Update: Daniel has given me a special discount code for attendees. If you would like to get in for a much lower price, you can get your discount code here to get into this exciting web technology conference.

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  1. Posted December 19, 2008 at 6:44 pm | Permalink

    This is going to be one of the greatest CONFRENCES EVER!
    im actualy a 16 internet marketer and am VERY excited!

    im hoping to see you their, Lorelle?

  2. Posted December 19, 2008 at 7:50 pm | Permalink

    Will be there. Should be quite interesting.

    • Posted December 19, 2008 at 9:07 pm | Permalink

      @Douglas: You are another of the names I expect to see on that “famous teen” list in history, Douglas. You are among those stirring things up on the web, too.

      @Christopher: I’m not sure. I’m the keynote for WordCamp Whistler in Canada the weekend before and was hoping to get a few days to ski in before heading back to Portland. You know I’ll go anywhere to talk, and I’d love to be there. This time, I think we’ll let the teens take center stage. 😀

      @j: Wow, that’s pretty petty. People pay attention to people, including teens, who do great things and are worth knowing. There are many teens celebrated around the world, and what Daniel is doing is bringing together and celebrating those in the San Francisco area. Want to celebrate teens doing great things in your community, get your own teen conference together. Show the world you are worth knowing and that you have something of value to contribute.

  3. j
    Posted December 19, 2008 at 8:06 pm | Permalink

    There are plenty of teens doing very interesting things online, across the world. Daniel’s the only one getting attention, because he knows Scoble (who met in SF), who knows a million other popular web people. I wish more people would pay more attention to the teens who are doing interesting things online, in different places across the world.


  4. Posted December 20, 2008 at 10:51 am | Permalink

    Lorelle — thanks for the awesome blog post! The goal of the Teens in Tech Conference is to bring youth and technology together. We have set-up Lorelle with a special discount code for all readers, so look out for that!

    Thanks again, Lorelle!

  5. Posted December 21, 2008 at 12:03 am | Permalink

    Thanks for the mention, Lorelle. I’ve been following your site since mid-2006. Thanks for the great work with WordPress. Cheers.

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