Bing at Web 2.0 Expo SF 2010

Starting today, you can find Bing at Web 2.0 Expo 2010 in San Francisco. If you happen to be attending the conference, you can catch us “officially” at the following sessions or “unofficially” at Bingaoke! on Tuesday night (RSVP link below).  Or just follow the team on @bing.

Making Social More Fun + More People + More Engaged:

Lili Cheng general manager of Microsoft’s Future Social Experiences (FUSE) Labs, which focuses on software and services that are centered on social connectivity, real-time experiences, and rich media will take the stage to discuss what projects are coming out of the FUSE Labs.
Wednesday, 05/05/2010 Morning
Location: Keynote Room – 3rd Level

Picture the Impossible: How an Online Game Can Change Your Offline Community
Elizabeth Lawley from the Rochester Institute of Technology discusses how to move people from their computer screens to nearby streets and neighborhoods through gaming with the help of Bing Maps.
Thursday, 05/06/2010 1:00pm
Location: 2009

How to Rise above the Noise in the Sea of Content:
Paul Yiu, group program manager behind Bing’s real-time and social efforts, will take you deeper down the social media rabbit hole and arm you with actionable advice about how to maximize your content for the real-time spectrum within search.
Thursday, 05/06/2010 3:10pm
Location: 2010

Bing & TechKaraoke Present: Bingaoke!

Bingaoke brings an epic night of live entertainment with karaoke DJ RogerNiner. So brush up your Pat Benatar or bust out that Lady Gaga outfit and join us for a night of singing, dancing, free food & drink and a karaoke contest for you die-hard fans.  RSVP via Eventbrite.  Also let your buddies know through the usual channels: Facebook , Facebook Group , and or Twitter (#bingaoke)

Tuesday, May 4, 2010 from 6:30-9:30pm

Jillians (across the street from Moscone West Convention Center)

Whether we meet at the show where I walk you through the 3 pillars of Bing or we end up sharing a heartfelt yet sloppy duet (thinking “Against all Odds”), looking forward to sharing a slice of time with you.

Aya Zook – Bing

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