I’ve recently taught at a class, been on a panel, and have more panels and classes coming in the next few weeks. So, I wanted to make sure there was something somewhat fresh here on the front page. If you’d like to read a few articles I’ve written, Business Development via Social Networks Use Live […]
Yesterday I had the privilege of moderating a panel about Social Networks for ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) Entrepreneurs at the UN GAID “UN meets Web 2.0″ event. The real UN, in NYC: (as opposed to the model U.N. conferences I used to participate in back in High School.) My panel included: Marnie Webb, Co-CEO, […]
I’m getting excited about the UN meets Web 2.0 event in NYC next week, where I’m moderating the panel on Social Networks. In researching the panelists, I found this video about Marnie Webb, Co-CEO of Tech Soup, and what her organization does.
Paul Gillin has a great summary of what many geeks have been discussing all week, and which mainstream media has not really commented on – the shift of power at conferences and events continues to move to the audience. Paul writes about the keynote at the South By South West (SXSW) conference last week, in […]
Last night, I was privileged to host the NYSIA event at Chase. Henry is currently the co-founder and Editor of the Silicon Alley Insider. This video clip courtesy of Michael Pinto of Very Memorable who has kindly showed me that I say “um” a bit too much. Something to, um, work on. [youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=07dV9w7vXRY[/youtube] More coverage […]