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Refresh Miami event tonight: How to build a social network

Hey folks - if you're in the Miami area tonight, there's going to be a networking event focused around how to build a social network using WordPress and BuddyPress. The group is called RefreshMiami, and Web designer David Bisset is doing tonight's presentation. David tells me it'll be pretty basic, but good for any managers, business owners or bloggers interested in setting up their own social network. Here are the details from RefreshMiami:

May 27th: Refresh and Reboot!

Come join us for an evening of learning, discovery, and socializing as we “Refresh and Reboot” for another year of new media innovation in South Florida. We look forward to hearing about the stuff you’re working on at our meetup this Wednesday, May 27th.

David Bisset - @dimensionmedia will present on how to build a social network using WordPress and BuddyPress, which has recently been released. David specializes in website strategy and design and is an expert on WordPress and WordPress multi-user platforms.

We will also talk about the other new media and tech events in South Florida, and you will have the opportunity to introduce your meet-up or event in two minutes or less.

There will be food, wine, beer, sodas, and other snacks and refreshments. Please make sure you RSVP at the facebook page. Find out more about RefreshMiami. We will be meeting at 7:30pm, at:

3301 NE 1st Ave Unit L207
Miami, FL

Directions for getting to Brikolodge:
Brikolodge is in the Midtown4 building, on the south side of the building (follow the signs). Midtown 4 itself is at the southeast corner of NE 33rd street and NE 1st Avenue. There is plenty of parking along the street, and several garages a block or two away (next to target or the other stores on S Miami Ave).

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