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Dad 2.Opinion: Recaps of Dad 2.014

by dad2summit on February 3, 2014

Planes haven’t even landed yet, and the recaps of Dad 2.014 are starting to roll in. Thank you for these; all candid feedback, both complimentary and “constructive,” is extremely helpful. This is your conference, and we want it to grow with the community as much as possible.

Below is a list of the 54 (and counting!) recaps we’ve already seen. If we missed you (or you post something subsequently), drop us a line at info [at] dad2summit [dot] com, post it to our Facebook page, or give it a Twitter shout-out, and we’ll be sure to add you to the list:

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Closing Keynote Address by Peter Shankman

February 1, 2014

Peter grew up in New York and learned to be scrappy and how to hustle while  young, but he had few friends growing up. He likes to skydive.  Folks have asked him to quit because of his having a child now.  It grounds him and makes him feel free.  It keeps him off meds and helps [...]

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Marketing to Today’s Men: Are Dads Leading the Way?

February 1, 2014

Dad 2.014 Live Blog is presented by Microsoft Surface 2… Marketing to Today’s Men: Are Dads Leading the Way?: Any story about marketing to today’s adult men begins with understanding dads. And today’s dads bring a unique alchemy of strength, sensitivity, adventure, wisdom, and sentiment to their roles as engaged fathers and domestic partners. These [...]

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The Politics of Provocation: Courting Controversy and Riding the Fallout

February 1, 2014

This panel was moderated by Liz Gumbinner and included Buzz Bishop, Aaron Gouveia, Katherine Stone, and Andrea Zimmerman. It began with the panelists’ revealing their most controversial post. If the site for which you’re writing has quotas for page views, picking controversial topics will help deliver numbers!  But are these opinions presented really yours?  For Buzz, [...]

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Breakout Session Three: It’s A Marathon and a Sprint, With Plenty of Hurdles

February 1, 2014

Welcome to the Dad 2.014 Summit Live Blog, presented courtesy of Microsoft Surface 2. This is the live-blog session for It’s A Marathon and a Sprint, With Plenty of Hurdles.  When you conjure an image of a modern dad, you might think of a married 30-year-old with an infant strapped to his chest. But experienced [...]

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Breakout — “Welcome to the Juggle — Fatherhood, Multitasking, and Work-life balance”

February 1, 2014

Dad 2.014 Live Blog is presented by Microsoft Surface 2… Welcome to the Juggle: Fatherhood, Multitasking, and Work-Life Balance: As parenting roles converge, dads are grappling with the same work-versus-family conundrum that has confounded working moms for decades. Many men are more vocal about their needs, and more eager to find ways to satisfy them, [...]

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Parenting it Forward: Compensating for Our Own Flawed Fathers

February 1, 2014

Moderated by veteran blogging panel moderator Caleb Gardner, this panel addressing moving past, and improving upon, flawed paternal role models consisted of Charlie Capen, Ryan Hamilton, and Eduardo Vega. But first, I’d like to take a moment to compliment the portability and utility of this fancy Microsoft Surface I’m using right now! None of us [...]

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Breakout Session Two: The House(s) That Dad Built

February 1, 2014

Welcome to the Dad 2.014 Summit Live Blog, presented courtesy of Microsoft Surface 2. This is the live-blog session for The House(s) That Dad Built. The topic: They say the best way to predict the future is to create it. And more men are making more time to be more active in their kids’ lives, [...]

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Keynote- the Amazing Josh Levs

February 1, 2014

Dad 2.014 Live Blog is presented by Microsoft Surface 2… CNN and NPR reporter Great to around my brothers. Coolest fraternity to be part of! We are all fighting the same fight.  shared values.  Work to be done but we are doing it Posted up a hilarious long hash tag — for wall great dads ________________________________________________________ [...]

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Male Scarcity, and the Impact of Absent Fathers on Communities

January 31, 2014

“Dad 2.014 live blog is presented by Microsoft Surface 2″ Male Scarcity — Impact of absent fathers on communities Male Scarcity, and the Impact of Absent Fathers on Communities: Dads may be more involved in their children’s lives than ever, but the percentage of fathers who live with their children remains too low—and has been [...]

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