Get wired Friday morning in Carbondale |

Get wired Friday morning in Carbondale

Whether you’re Internet illiterate or just want to know more about the local aspects of the industry, Friday’s seminar entitled “Wired in the Roaring Fork Valley” could be the ticket.

The third annual all-day business development conference starts at 8:30 a.m. at Carbondale Town Hall, 511 Colorado Ave., with a sign-up period and catered continental breakfast.

The first speaker is Colorado secretary of technology Marc Holtzman, a Carbondale resident. Several local Internet experts will then join in a panel discussion on some of the hot issues in broadband technology.

After lunch, several afternoon breakout sessions are scheduled at the Carbondale Colorado Mountain College branch.

At 3 p.m., participants will meet back up at Town Hall for a wrap up, followed by a wine and cheese reception and door prize drawing at 4 p.m.

The conference costs $40 for the general public, or $30 for Carbondale Community Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Council members. Walk-ins are welcome.

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