Society 2.0: Hacking Real Social Networks, Tech Tricks

DC Capital Week is coming and it’s not just for geeks. This festival is for anyone interested in raising their online profile, learning tricks of the tech trade or just up for some old fashion partying with some of Washington’s most internet savvy insiders.

By Angie Goff

Mariana Gerzarchya, Peter Corbett

So you’re a  social network wiz, smooth at ‘friending’ people, have thousands of ‘followers’ BUT the moment you’re in a crowded room or at a party with real people you find yourself freezing up like a PC  still running Windows 95.  Not sure if there’s an app to help that… but there is one place to learn how to hack into real social networks, real social circles.

The session is one of dozens being offered between June 11-June 20th during  DC Capital Week. The 10 day festival highlights technology, innovation and all things digital in DC.

WL talked with event organizer iStrategyLab’s  (2010 Young and Guest List) about the festival that’ll showcase DC’s digital talent. Here’s the preview of one week this summer you don’t wanna miss. Did someone say ‘Flash Picnic’ on the Mall? So cool.

About the writer: Angie Goff covers traffic, entertainment and social for WUSA-TV Channel 9 in . Her blog Oh My Goff is also a daily TV segment that shares local buzz as reported by people in the community via social media sites like Facebook and Twitter

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  1. May 27, 2010

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