Sponsors BarCamp Nashville 2010, Encourages Nashville Tech Community to Participate

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Getting to the Good Stuff, the Internet's largest magazine subscription service, is a sponsor of the upcoming BarCamp Nashville 2010 event, slated for Oct. 16, 2010 at the Cadillac Ranch in downtown Nashville.

BarCamps, held worldwide, are free, user-generated gatherings dubbed “unconferences” that feature discussions, demos and interaction designed for sharing and learning in an open environment. Last year more than 500 people attended BarCamp Nashville.

BarCamp Nashville 2010’s focus is “Getting to the Good Stuff” and features sessions created by some of the best minds in the Nashville technology community. This year more than four dozen sessions on topics ranging from how to build your brand using social media, best blogging tips to application development are planned.

There will also be panel discussions on Nashville’s digital landscape, getting technology in the classroom and internal communications best practices, among others.

BarCamp Nashville is a free, public event. To register, visit

About BarCamp Nashville
BarCamp Nashville launched in 2007, organized by Nashville tech scene stalwarts Dave Delaney and Marcus Whitney and featuring events on Nashville’s famed “Rock Block” of clubs and venues on Elliston Place. The event has grown in attendance each year and is now one of the nation's largest BarCamps.

About is the oldest, the largest and the most dependable magazine subscription service on the Internet. We are a privately-held company based in Franklin, Tenn., a suburb of Nashville. Our major investors include Time Inc., publisher of great magazines like People and Sports Illustrated.

With more than 2,000 titles available, offers people a fun, easy way to discover new magazines and helps them track subscriptions. is the leading independent agent selling subscriptions, serving customers online at and by telephone at 800-MAGAZINES (800-624-2946.)


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