First, the Toronto Venture Group kicked off their Canadian Venture Forum tonight, with a reception in downtown Toronto. It was pretty good, and I got to meet up with some VCs and companies I'll be watching for during the presentations, namely Zonez and a new one for me, Hakai Networks. There's some stealth mode stuff going on here, so I won't say any more - but it sure sounds interesting.
I'll post tomorrow about the highlights, along with some photos, if I get anything decent.
Second - Globalcomm. I'm moderating a session run by Telecommunications Magazine on Tuesday about VoIP. It's part of a series of sessions they're running called Telecom U. The online brochure just went live this week.
Finally, on June 15, I'll be speaking as an analyst at a Triple Play Symposium in Boston. NetCentrex is one of the sponsors, and they were nice enough to ask me back again, as I was a speaker there last year. The program has expanded from last year, and it should a good event. They're also doing this in Dallas and Paris as a roadshow event, but I'm just doing the Boston leg. The online brochure just came out today - have a look if you're interested in Triple Play.
Oh, and don't forget Mesh, Toronto's first Web 2.0 event, running next Monday/Tuesday here in town. No news to report since my last post, but I'll be there, and will post and podcast as time allows. Am really looking forward to seeing Om Malik here, and I definitely plan to do a pod with him about the show.