From the monthly archives:

January 2009

Tweet15,000 queuing to get into Ballmer’s keynote that opens CES. Queue started at 16:30. Keynote was at 6:30. 3 enormous screens on the stage, stage silver spotlights hit the Chandeliers. And then – human beatboxing, flashing videos on all screens, it’s the full circus! (was wondering for a minute if accidnetally I stepped into a […]

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TweetThe brilliant Ben Grossman, only 20 year old and already representing the social media generation with in depth understanding of traditional one. Ben talked about the ROI of social media and how companies can measure it. On top of ROI, two other measurements that were formed by Prof. Donnie Sholtz were mentioned: ROBI – return […]

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TweetWho are those that use Social Media for Business? Jeremiah Owyang divides users of social media for business purposes into 6 groups: * Creators – they have blogs, twitter, they are on every single network. * Critics – * Collectors – get all feeds and organize them * Joiners – network is how I get […]

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TweetOk we all know Social Media is key. We all know Facebook is HOT (10m users added in past 3 weeks, so network now has a total of 150 million users). Where are we heading with this? To start with, Jeremiah Owyang from Forrester teleconferenced about ‘future of media in social era’ with a couple […]

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TweetVenetian floors are buzzing with early morning excitement as people are starting to flock into the halls, registering and getting their badges. Today is Social Media Jungle day hosted by Jeff Pulver and offering no less then 16 speakers, each passionately speaking about different elements and aspects of Social Media, including: Trust Authenticity Reciprocity Social […]

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TweetDinner was held at Maggiano’s, a nice and lovely Italian place right next to the Venitian. We had a table of around 15 people, almost all of them are speakers in tomorrow’s Social Media Jungle event. All people with social media passion in their eyes and pools of knowledge of social interaction online from the […]

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TweetOne case, one handbag with mobile, berry, laptop, ipod, keyphob, my beloved Canon, and chargers for all devices. 1 path ride, 2 trains, and another airtrain. People, aircrew, lots of big and small bags, passports, machines that work quickly to get you into a queue that is longer than the one for those who don’t […]

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