Posted in: Events

Why Event Organizers Won’t Pay for Your Tech Product

I used to run my own conference and events business until I sold it to the folks at WebMediaBrands in late 2009. As such, I get pitched fairly often by companies with tools and technology products looking to sell to event organizers. Invariably I tell the entrepreneurs to come up with a new model – […]

Posted in: communitynext, conferences, Events

CommunityNext Conference – March 29, 2008 — I’ll be Speaking

I’ll be speaking at the upcoming CommunityNext Conference on March 29, 2008 in lovely Hollywood, CA. If you’re going to be in LA that week, let me know as I should be in town for a few days. More on the conference below – thanks to the team for giving me the opportunity to participate! […]

Posted in: Events, Uncategorized, web30

Web 3.0: New Opportunities on the Semantic Web

If you’re interested in the semantic web or generally want to hear from folks who are trying to push the envelope with what’s next on the web, I’d encourage you to attend this upcoming MIT/Stanford event on Web 3.0 and the semantic web: Web 3.0: New Opportunities on the Semantic Web Tuesday, November 20th, 2007 […]

Posted in: Events, vgsummit

Virtual Goods Summit 2007 Website – Conference Website Now Live

Just a really brief post to let everyone know that the conference website for the Virtual Goods Summit is now live on the web. We’ll be announcing more speakers and panelists soon: http://www.vgsummit.com Feel free to leave me any comments or feedback you might have on our web presence. We’re going to be making a […]