Wednesday, April 23, 2008 | Categories: Blog |
It's a group dissection of internet culture. What makes it work, why it works, how it works. We'll talk about where internet culture has been and where we think it's going. Then, there'll be parties. A music show, with memes performing their work live. And then a big blowout party at the end, with everyone dancing and rocking out.Sounds like fun. ROFLCon takes place this coming weekend (April 25 & 26), and Spark special corespondent Kate Raynes-Goldie (pictured above with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg) will be blogging it right here. Check back this weekend for Kate's coverage of ROFLCon.