At its core, the week is about connecting entrepreneurs and investors during a series of panels, lunches, excursions, dinners, cocktails and aloha style exchange of ideas and relationship building in Hawaii. Our focus is bringing a core group of people from our collective networks together who have a shared interest in solving problems and rethinking tech, business and sustainability.
While [Re]Think has a Facebook page, a Twitter hashtag, and photos on Flickr, there isn’t any live streaming or archived videos of the panel discussions or presentations. There are no podcasts. No transcripts. (If you find any, please post links in the comments, below.)
Looking for some hint of what our Society’s representative might have learned in Hawaii, we turned to Robert’s Twitter feed (@rmmdc), which we’ve captured below. (Best we can tell, Robert hasn’t blogged a word since he started working at National Geographic in June. And thus far, his public presence on the Society’s web site is virtually zero.)
Once Robert returns to DC, we hope he’ll share some of the highlights of this five-day conference â€” on his personal blog, on the Society’s site, here at Society Matters… anywhere at all. We’re excited to hear his new ideas about how social media can help our Society stop its free fall and find its footing again.