Update: Jason’s Open Office Hours in Dulles Friday & now New York City on Monday!

Quick update on “Jason’s office hours.”


Press Coverage of Office Hours:

The press is picking up the event and spinning it into some sort of rebelproject. Everyone here knows the truth is that I’ve got the support and backingof the top folks at AOL. I spent quality time with Jon Miller and Jim Bankoffyesterday and they love what we’re doing at WIN, as well as the energy we’rebringing into the organization. So, it’s all good. There is no controversy, andBankoff even RSVPed for the event!

Dulles Office Hours Location, Date & Time:
Friday, April 28th, 9AM-12PM.
RSVP for Dulles in the comments here.
Location: Conference room 12D:J10 in building CC1 on Friday, April 28th.


New York City Office Hours Location, Date & Time:

Monday, May 1st, 12PM-2PM.
RSVP for New York Office Hours in the comments on this post.
Location: 4AO1-C (better known as the training room on the fourthfloor) at 75 Rock.

Who can attend:
Any AOL employee who RSVPs (sorry, no one outside of AOL can attend–right now!)


Agenda:
Product, product, product: We want to talk about our products,our competitors products, and startups who have cool products.

Demo: Anyone can demo at the event for at least five minutes… we’ll puta list on the wall at 15 minutes before “Office Hours” start and you can putyour name down to demo. What should you demo? Here are some idea.. but frankly,surprise us with your *product-centric* ideas (again, don’t bring things likeHR or organizational issues–I’ve got no pull in that department):

  1. Show what you’re working on and ask for feedback.
  2. Show the ten best features in a category (i.e. email clients, instantmessaging, search, etc) and where AOL sits in that analysis.
  3. Show us the five things about products that suck and that we should changeimmediately

Looking forward to meeting everyone and if you’ve got any questions,comments or concerns hit me on AIM: jasoncalacanis or email me at jason atcalacanis dot com.

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