Published on March 19th, 2008 | by David Dombrosky3
2008 NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference
Today kicked off the 2008 NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. On my way toward downtown, I took this photo of Jackson Square on my cell phone.
I spent about three hours in the Science Fair (normally called an “exhibit hall” at other conferences) absorbing as much as I possible could about the various technology product and service providers who work with nonprofit organizations. I met some people doing really wonderful work, and I hope to introduce them to you as sponsors for our 2008 Technology in the Arts Conference in October! Click here for a list of companies in residence at this year’s Science Fair.
After the Science Fair, I went to dinner with my fellow CAMT teammates Haebin and Guillermo, who wanted to find a place to get seafood and alligator. We ended up at the Cajun Cabin on Bourbon Street. Check out Haebin playing the spoons with the restaurants cajun/zydeco band!
After dinner, we ventured further into the wilds of the French Quarter. It turns out the Haebin has an fun-loving inner rock star who just had to get up onstage at the Cat’s Meow to do a karaoke rendition of “Girls Just Want to Have Fun.” Cyndi Lauper would have been proud.
On my walk back to the hotel, I passed an interesting gallery on Royal Street and took a photo of this large scale facial sculpture.
Day One – Thumbs up for me.