There’s probably several dozen major tech conferences, or pseudo tech-conferences, that happen every year. Social media hounds and bloggers head off to conferences like SXSW, Gnomedex or even SES. What are some of the things that people can do to be a little more environmentally conscience while attending these things. Walk Instead of taking a […]
Today is the New, New Internet Conference, the biggest web 2.0 conference on the Eastern Seaboard this fall. More than 800 attendees are expected. The roster of speakers is impressive. The conference will focus on the larger business aspects of the new Internet economy. Though I am one of the speakers, I will be in the […]
Jim Louderback, formerly of ZDNet, recently joined Revision3 that is essentially TechTV version 3.0. I had a drink with him last night and we discussed their recent $8 million in new funding and how they would be using it. He talked about the new studio and the vision to be the Discovery/TLC of the Internet […]
Sitting in the PME afternoon sessions I had the opportunity to watch Paul Colligan of PodcastSecrets talk about the “7 Secrets of Monetization that Big Media Hopes You Don’t Figure Out”. As a summary, here we go: – You are the media – Big Media is Big Business – Always Improve/Never Invent – It Changes […]
Michael Geoghegan started his presentation with “podcasting is dead”. He said that if you are doing this you really are in the digital media business if you are engaging and producing podcasts and new media. Couldn’t agree with him more. Now, off to find lunch and people to network with….
This morning the keynote with Howard Lindzon he talked about his sale to CBS for a reported $5 million dollars. Here are some of his opinions about the show: – motivation to build the show – everything out there sucked. – what his end goal was – to sell the show – about interviewing over […]