Politics and Technology

I have an AYSO soccer playoff game to attend tonight, but otherwise, I’d be at this event that has a fascinating topic on the convergence of politics and technology. The event is free but an RSVP is required.

Here’s the skinny:

MOTM OC with Rhonda Rohrabacher Tuesday Night -> Ticket fee waived
Technology has changed the political landscape and the lessons learned impact strategy, marketing, and communications in all industries.

When:  Tuesday November 17, 2009 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Pacific

Where: The Center Club, 650 Town Center Dr., Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Who Organizer: Meeting of the Minds

Cost: Free

Contact: MOTM RSVP 800.717.8591 x76
Description:  MOTM OC – Tues Nov 17th – Featured Guest, Rhonda Rohrabacher, Director Internet Strategy/Interaction Design for Congressman Dana Rohrabacher

Rhonda Rohrabacher from Huntington Beach will be our guest speaker on November 17 at MOTM Orange County. Rhonda is the Director of Internet Strategy and Interaction Design for Congressman Rohrabacher (CA-46) and uses technology to shake things up in the political world and beyond.

The topic for conversation will be how technology has changed the political landscape and how the lessons learned impact strategy, marketing, and communications in all industries. With the convergence of political data and ubiquitous crowd sourcing in the real time world we now live in it is critical to have engaging interactive design and a consistent communications strategy. Rhonda has been a catalyst for change in the political world and we look forward to having her as our speaker.

It will be an engaging evening as Orange County leaders gather at the Center Club in Costa Mesa at 7pm. The meeting will include hors devours and valet parking; RSVP required. Free to attend.

I’m hoping the MOTM folks will put on a more non-partisan event next month.

  2 comments for “Politics and Technology

  1. Joe
    November 17, 2009 at 3:13 pm


    Why would you even bother going to that. Have you seen Rohrabacher’s campaign site: http://rohrabacher.com/

    Wow. They must’ve been partying really hard when they created that site.

  2. November 19, 2009 at 10:05 pm

    Dan- Thanks! Hope to see you at a MOTM soon!


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