Baltimore: Little Mighty Mower, SMSElect.Net, Riide, LionLock, HASA VRI

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Agenda for December 2013 BTB:


8:00 - 8:15 - Get yer Bagels & Coffee and chit-chat

8:15 - 8:20 - Introductions, Sponsors, Announcements

8:20 - ~9:30 - Showcases and Shout-Outs!

  1. Little Mighty Mower - Doug Zeisel
  2. SMSElect.Net - Britton Loftin
    30 Second Lightning "Shout Outs": JOBS

     

  3. Riide - Amber Wason
  4. LionLock - Sierra Peralta
    30 Second Lightning "Shout Outs": EVENTS

     

  5. HASA VRI - Stephen Frank

~9:30 - end - Final "Shout Outs" & Last Words

 


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VENUE: DLA PIPER BUILDING - MT WASHINGTON


DLA Piper is hosting us in their amazing space in Mt. Washington that can handle 200 or more people, with plentiful parking, and convenient access for those that live outside the city. What more can you ask?

The DLA Piper building is in the Mt. Washington Conference Center campus (up the hill), and it is a totally amazing building. Check it out:

To get to the venue, use the Smith street entrance (and not the entrance that weaves its way through the Mt. Washington Conference Center). See below map for detail.


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Parking

Parking is plentiful and there's a lot right next to the building, with plenty of room for all attendees. And it's free. What can be better? One favor, tho -- leave the few visitor spots that are right in front of the building available for the use of the offices. They have some elderly clients who aren't able to walk up the walkway to the building. The lot is really big and very close so you shouldn't need those spots anyways.

Public Transportation

The Mt. Washington campus is located very conveniently near the Light Rail stop, which is literally just down the hill from the venue. Get off at the Mt. Washington Light Rail station, and then climb the steps to the Octagon Building at Mt. Washington and from there you can get to the DLA Piper building. It's a 15-20 minute walk at most.

There are also shuttles from the JHU Homewood and JHMI campuses right to the Mt. Washington Conference center, including one that leaves at 7:40AM from Homewood getting in by 8AM, and leaving at 9:35AM to return to Homewood. Very convenient.

 


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Have something you've been working on that you'd like some feedback on? Have something that you'd like to share? Have a kernel of an idea that you'd like some thoughts on developing further? Just leave a comment for us below or send a message to the organizers and we'll get you scheduled for an upcoming TechBreakfast. If this one is filled up, don't despair - we want you at our next one! Sign up for that one too.

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  • Sierra P

    I wanted to follow-up with the audience in reply to Eli's question from yesterday:

    Q: "How is user data in LionLock transmitted and encrypted?"

    A: All communications between your devices and LionLock occur on a secure SSL connection. Therefore any data you input into LionLock is encrypted on the server before it is stored in the database.

    Thanks!

    Sierra

    1 · December 24, 2013

  • Prabhakar B.

    Very good presentations and great initiatives. Looking forward to present our product(s) in Columbia on Jan 15th. Prabhakar Bellamkonda
    www.inwiter.com

    2 · December 23, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great ideas and worthy presenters! Only snafu was the audio, which distracted for a bit. Well handled, though.

    2 · December 23, 2013

    • TechBreakfast

      Thanks! I think we blew out an amp today... time for an upgrade :)

      December 23, 2013

  • Eugene S.

    Very good presentations all around. I was impressed by the display of high level of initiative and out of the box thinking. Hopefully all the business come to fruition in the new year.

    1 · December 23, 2013

  • Steve F.

    Hello!

    Thank you Ron for the opportunity to present and to the participants who braved the rain. HASA Video Remote Interpreting was pleased to demonstrate our new instant language interpreting service. We appreciated your attention and questions.

    I had planned to show some slides and am sending you a link to the slide presentation now.

    https://docs.google.com/a/hasa.org/presentation/d/16voZk_AhybIB1B5Q1IHfxVmtw6z-doj222jTfKRtq3g/edit?usp=drive_web

    Regards.

    Steve Frank
    HASA VRI[masked] office telephone
    [masked]

    1 · December 23, 2013

  • TechBreakfast

    We've got something awesome for you here - our latest Media Partner Eli the Computer Guy will be GIVING AWAY three awesome tech prizes including a Mujjo iPad Mini Sleeve, an AViiQ Portable Quick Stand, and a Celluon virtual keyboard (you might have to work for that last one). It's going to be a HOLIDAY GIVEAWAY EXTRAVAGANZA. Ok, maybe not extravaganza, but pretty awesome.

    2 · December 20, 2013

  • Denee B.

    Sorry to miss tomorrow. I'm a Tech Breakfast Devotee however, last minute change in plans.
    See you soon again. Thanks!
    ~ Happy Holidays
    www.deneebarrartnews.blogspot.com = Enjoy!

    December 22, 2013

  • Michael R.

    I'm looking forward to the event, and I'll have some holiday cheer to spread also! The first 20 people who can track me down will get a complimentary copy of WebDrive for iOS...tis the season!

    December 20, 2013

  • James K.

    TechBreakfasters -

    I just wanted to alert you all to a special meeting of the Baltimore Social Media meetup dedicated to social media startups. On January 9th at 6:30 PM we will have two local startups presenting their products and talking about the future of Social Media. Local founder Mark Howells will be presenting the first iteration of CrowdStitch which is a platform which allows businesses to offer social media services that they control for events. Mark will be followed by the folks at SocialRadar, founded by founded by Michael Chasen (founder of Blackboard). Social Radar is a platform for identifying who in your network is nearby. This should be an exciting opportunity to see what the Social Media startup community is working on. To attend just sign up on the Baltimore Social Media Meetup page:

    http://www.meetup.com/Baltimore-Social-Media/

    December 17, 2013

  • Sierra P

    Hello everyone! I look forward to seeing you all at TB Baltimore!
    -S

    December 12, 2013

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