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Kuala Lumpur

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Kuala Lumpur Social Media Club 

 

Our schedule of events is below. Locations, hosts/sponsors and topics will be listed as they become available. All events are FREE, unless otherwise stated. As agendas become available, we'll add links to them from this page (click on the date). Thanks to our sponsors, and to everyone on the Leadership team for their hard work to make this schedule possible! 

 

We can be found here:

Blog: http://smckl.posterous.com

Facebook: http://facebook.com/smckl

Twitter:http://twitter.com/smckl

Email: mail@smckl.com

 

 

2009 SCHEDULE

SMC Kuala Lumpur meets every third Thursday of the month

  • #0 September 17 @ P1/Ruumz. A big thanks to our guest speakers Chris Brogan (via recorded video) and Pete Teo. Our sponsors: P1/Ruumz, Pulse Group and Heineken
  • #1 October 22. Details at http://smckl-oct.eventbrite.com
  • #2 November 19
  • #3 December 17

 

NOTE: Please tag all blogs, podcasts, vlogs, and photos with smckualalumpur and socialmediaclub. If you upload photos to Flickr, we would appreciate you adding them into the Social Media Club pool at http://www.flickr.com/groups/socialmediaclub/. Thank you!

 

 

PAST EVENTS

All our past events can be viewed on our Facebook page.

 

 

LOCAL LEADERSHIP TEAM/VOLUNTEERS

The Social Media Club is looking for help shaping the future of social media in our local area. We have identified four roles that we needed support filling. These four people form the leadership team of the SMC Kuala Lumpur group. If you'd be interested in helping one of them, please list your name and contact info and the role you would like to fill. We will be in contact once we are ready to launch this chapter.

 

GENERAL VOLUNTEERS: 

  • David Wang, david[at]buzzmedia.com.my - Programming / Promotions
  • Name, Email - what role do you wish to fill?

 

Programming Director

YH Lim

Twitter: @zhiq

 

Partnership Director

Rachel Foong

Twitter: @redsheep

 

Promotions Director

Carolyn Chan

Twitter: @thechannelc

 

Production Director

Ben Israel

Twitter: @ben_israel

 

SPONSORS WANTED:

We're currently looking for sponsors for upcoming events. Please add your name if you're interested in sponsoring an event--you can suggest a topic and help us with a venue!

  • Name, Company, email or phone
  • Name, Company, email or phone

 

RESOURCES:

  • Venue recommendations: TBD
  • Sponsors: TBD  

 

IDEAS WANTED:

 

We're also looking for great ideas for upcoming events. Please share your thoughts below on possible upcoming events, speakers, sponsors, etc. in the chart below. Throw your ideas into the table below. It doesn't matter how crazy they are. We'll consider them all. Thanks!

 

 

TARGET DATE TOPIC ORGANIZER OR SUGGESTER POTENTIAL SPEAKERS POTENTIAL VENUE POTENTIAL SPONSOR NOTES OR STATUS
  Cluetrain Manifesto Revisited   Doc Searls, David Weinberger      
  Second Life Revisted   Linden Labs     SL was hot, then died, but it is about to be reborn as a modeling/education tool for medicine and other industries?
  Social Media and Medicine   TBD      
  Future of Journalism     TBD TBD

 

 

 

  Is Google the New Microsoft?   TBD TBD TBD i.e., are they evil?
  Social Media and the Future of TV   TBD TBD TBD  
  Social Media and Education   TBD TBD TBD  
  Personalities and Personal Brands   TBD TBD TBD  
  Social Media and the Three Gs (Girls, Games and Gambling)   TBD TBD TBD  
  The Business Case for Social Media (Revisited)   TBD TBD TBD  
  Sports and Social Media   TBD TBD TBD  
  Social Media and the Law   TBD TBD TBD  
  Social Media, Biotech and Medicine   TBD TBD TBD  
  Social Media and the Protection of Content   TBD TBD TBD  
  Authenticity and Transparency.   TBD TBD TBD Case studies: Strumpette.com, Nashville is Talking - Too Transparent/Authentic? Are there any issues for people with different identities for work & personal? Are we going to hold people and companies accountable for their words? Tim O'Reilly developed a blogger code of ethics. Are people really policing each other? Is "Authenticity" the same for journalists as it is for bloggers, for individuals, or PR/Corporate agents or entities? Let's define "Authenticity" vs. "Transparency." Is one ever appropriate without the other? If so, when and why?..
  The rise of video         Hooman.tv

 

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