Rats. I was hoping to be able to get to New York for this year’s Small Business Summit 2010, but I’m here now and have to leave today to return to Oregon. This means that I may have tickets for you, for free, if you want to e-mail Palo Alto Software (e-mail hello at paloalto.com) with a request.

I have a limited number of tickets I won’t be using. The normal admission is $199. E-mail that company e-mail address above and it will be first come, first served.

This year’s summit, the fifth annual for this event, is headlined by a talk by Seth Godin, author of Linchpin and a lot of other books I’ve recommended on this blog. Seth is a gifted thinker, writer and speaker–and he knows the world of small business extremely well.

So, if you’re going to be New York this next week, lucky you.

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Tim Berry is the founder and chairman of Palo Alto Software and Bplans.com. Follow him on Twitter @Timberry.