By: Mark Leon Goldberg on August 29, 2012 Bloggers and Twitterati: If you plan on being in New York City during UN Week, you should come to the Digital Media Lounge at the Social Good Summit. This excellent annual conference (now in its third year) is geared toward empowering online audiences, so bloggers and social media mavens are most welcome. How welcome? Your registration to this perrennial sold out event is…free. From our friends at the UN Foundation: Registration is now open for this year’s Social Good Summit, a yearly, innovative event that unites people from around the world around one common theme: the power of social media and technology to solve our world’s greatest issues. Held during UN Week when world leaders gather in New York City for the UN General Assembly, the summit serves as the one place where anyone, anywhere can join the conversation on international development. From forward-thinking technologists, to social activists, corporate trailblazers and young entrepreneurs, every voice is represented. This year, the Summit will take place September 22-24 under the theme of “Digital. Global. Action”. Initial speakers include Nick Kristof, Pete Cashmore, Helen Clark, and Deepka Chopra, Forest Whitaker well as many other huge personalities that have yet to be announced officially. The press release can be found here, and the website is now live at www.mashable.com/sgs. This event is free for bloggers, and you can sign up here: http://mashable.com/sgs/#sgs_press. Reserve your spot now!