Information Barter Economy

I live on an information barter economy. I go to lots of free events. DC is full of them.

In October, I’ll be launching Authors & Apps, an event where ebook authors talk about their books and app developers talk about their inventions.

I could probably charge people to come to the event, but why should I? I think it would discourage attendance. So I’m offering it for free, in exchange for the opportunity to go to other events for free.

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