Indieconf is an annual conference targeted at freelancers and solo entrepreneurs including designers, writers, developers, etc. to focus on issues that they face including marketing, workflow, collections and, yes, legal issues such as copyright.
It will be held on November 17, 2012 in Raleigh, NC at the McKimmon Center at NC State University.
McKimmon Conference & Training Center
1101 Gorman Street
Raleigh, NC 27606
My session is entitled Practical Copyright Enforcement: How and Why to Protect Your Work Online and will be a general overview of how to track and protect your work online. Some of the material related to this talk can be read on Plagiarism Today but there will be new examples and some new solutions aimed at the Indieconf audience.
In addition to myself, my good friend and Copyright 2.0 Show co-host Patrick O’Keefe will also be giving a talk, his is entitled “An Introduction to Monetizing Your Website”, which not only makes it a talk I’m eager to see but also places him as the better of us at naming their sessions.
If you’re interested in attending, tickets are $99 between now and November 10 and that price will rise to $129 in the week before the conference.
This will be the second time I’ve spoken in North Carolina. The last was in ConvergeSouth 2008. So, if you’re in the area and can come by, I’d love to see you at the event and have you in the crowd.
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