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DEMO 07 Though Pictures

I’m at DEMO – unofficially working with Ephraim Schwartz and Steve Fox of Infoworld. I’m snapping a ton of pictures and they’re running them in online stories and their DEMO slideshows. Pictures are worth a thousand words….so, I’ve decided to cover DEMO as more of a photo journalist than a live blogger. UPDATE: Here’s a link to the entire album of 300 pictures from the event. I’ll write a more formal review of the show – post DEMO unfortunately –…

DEMO 07

Photo Credit: Rob Lee Well, I’m getting ready to head on over to Palm Spring to attend the DEMO Conference. Now in its 17th year, the DEMO conferences are known for launching important new technologies into the national consciousness. DEMO 07, taking place January 30 – February 1 in Palm Desert, CA, will introduce 68 carefully vetted products andservices to an audience of investors, business development executives, media, pundits, and fellow entrepreneurs. DEMO features a mix of both consumer-oriented and…

Silicon Valley NewTech Meetup – January 2007

by Alison McNeill of FutureWorks Now with over 959 members, the Silicon Valley NewTech Meetups are bigger than ever. That’s great news for companies like the ones below who want to get noticed. This meetup tool place in Palo Alto, where roughly 100 gathered to hear about some of the hottest emerging companies on the Web 2.0 scene. Drumroll please. First we have… CoFounder: Kai XuinChorus is a platform for collaborating on projects with thousands of other people on the…

Microsoft PR Sparks a Blogstorm of Support and Outrage

Image Credit: istartedsomething.com I just read over on Techmeme that Microsoft PR may be digging itself deeper into another potential PR fiasco. There is a blogstorm out there with dozens of bloggers, myself included, casting opinions. Many of which I don’t necessarily agree with. I had to find out for myself, so I contacted several of the privileged bloggers who already have the notebook as well as other PR leaders to discuss the topic. Welcome to Crisis Communications 2.0.Microsoft’s intention…

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