Today I’m headed to Los Angeles for the very first time! I’m excited to be speaking at V3Con Digital Media Conference. I’m honored to be speaking with my fellow panelists about how can parents tackle digital issues without saying “In my day….” You can follow our session “Help! My Kid Is on Snapchat”: Online Issues Facing Parents and Families this Saturday at 1PM on Twitter with the hashtag #V3fams. You can also follow the panelists on Twitter:
- Susan Hirasuna, @susanhirasuna (Moderator)
- Eileen Hsu, @koolasiankid
- Thien-Kim Lam, @thienkim
- Grace Hwang Lynch, @hapamamagrace
- Jason Sperber, @dad_strangeland
Ever since I learned of V3Con (which evolved from Banana Conferences) as an event for fellow Asian American Pacific Islander journalists, bloggers, and other digital content produces, I knew I wanted to go. I’m hoping I don’t geek out when I meet the AAPI bloggers I’ve been following for a long time. The schedule is jammed packed with sessions about activist blogging, success as a woman in social media, Asian visibility in Hollywood, and lots more.
Plus, the conference will be at the Japanese American National Museum right in Little Tokyo. There’s event time in the schedule for us to walk the museum. I’m planning on taking lots of photos on my new Samsung NX1100 camera. It’s my first fancy pants camera! Not only did I buy myself a new camera with a detachable lens, I also am a proud owner of a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2. You know how much I love my Android devices.
I’m looking for the five hour flight each way. I have a stack of books packed plus some tv shows on my tablet to catch up on for some quality me time. My trip to L.A. will be short but sweet.