** SOLD OUT! ** SF New Tech July Meetup

  • July 11, 2007 · 7:00 PM
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SOLD OUT!! IT'S THE SF NEW TECH JULY MEETUP! Where 5 companies get 5 minutes each to knock the socks off the SF tech community! ************************ ************************ On tap . . . Truemors - Guy Kawasaki, CEO/Founder Treumor has it that Guy Kawasaki -- the man, the legend -- will be touching down at SFO at 6:30 pm on July 11th and will rush to the Metreon in downtown SF, arriving around 7:30pm, to demo Treumors at the SF New Tech Meetup -- and talk about how it can cost less than $13k to build a Web 2.0 site. -- http://www.truemors.com Blabberize - Mo Kakwan, CEO/Founder By popular demand, Mo will be back! This time he'll have a full 5 minutes to show off Blabberize (formally MoBouy) the intensely clever site where you can make your pictures talk. If Mo's on his game, you can pretty much be assured there will be rolling in the aisles! -- http://www.blabberize.com JuggleMyStuff - Andy Sells, CEO/Founder JuggleMyStuff is a serious ("yet surprisingly simple") solution for planning, sharing, collaborating and project management -- where integrated calendaring, web-based (rich text, collaborative) documents, file storage and bookmarks to web pages -- all shareable -- are seamlessly integrated to provide a high-octane environment for you and your team to get the job done. -- http://www.jugglesoft.com Rateitall - Lawrence Coburn, CEO/Founder RateItAll's new distributed rating widget basically frees the Rateitall.com rating engine and social media features for use on any site, allowing website publishers to add full featured consumer ratings and community to their sites in seconds -- and for free. -- http://www.rateitall.com AdPerk - Barry Soicher , CEO/Founder Adperk, which just launched in late June, is throwing a lifeline to print advertising by providing a Web 2.0/social media platform where users can watch videos and get free stuff as compensation for their time. "Think YouTube meets Amazon without the eCommerce." -- http://www.adperk.com And after all the fun, we'll hear from YOU -- on the 60 second soap box. Looking for something? Have something to offer? The mic is yours for 60 seconds. GO! Beer and Pizza served, while supplies last. ---------------------------------- The SF New Tech July Meetup is sponsored by: Mylermedia - Popping online brands into the minds of millions. ThoughtWorks- ThoughtWorks is a professional services firm providing application development muscle to small and large companies alike. The organization?s leadership in the practical application of Agile methods allows its people to deliver higher quality solutions more quickly and cost effectively while giving business leaders greater project control. ThoughtWorks' 800 staff members are located in 6 countries providing a truly global reach, yet they've also been stellar coders down in SOMA for more than 10 years. ThoughtWorks is thrilled to join in the energy and innovation that is the SF New Tech Meetup community. ThinkFree - A free service for editing and authoring word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation files or uploading existing Microsoft Office documents to share and publish all on the web without needing Office installed on your desktop. Did you get a ThinkFree USB stick at a prior event? Do you love the free trial? Yes? Then get a free lifetime license key for it! Email [masked] and he'll hook you up. Future-Works PR -A Social media, and new media marketing firm. Jacobs & Ferraro - A full-service business law firm specializing in the representation of emerging technology and digital media companies, licensing, corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions and complex litigation. Orrick - Orrick is the premier legal advisor for emerging companies. We represent more than 450 venture-backed emerging growth companies in Silicon Valley and more than 550 worldwide. ************************

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  • miles

    a bit hot in there, but speakers and content were great

    July 12, 2007

  • Huy Z.

    Interesting event. Great ideas and presentations, except for Jugglemythings which was badly prepared and not innovative.
    Not enough room for people

    July 12, 2007

  • Lydia S.

    Absolutely great in every way! Loved seeing Guy Kawasaki put on the spot! Demos were great. Mo did not disappoint!

    July 12, 2007

  • Brian O.

    It was tougher to mingle at this event than the previous one I went to at the CNet venue. It was harder because there wasn't a central place for everybody to hang out and they were scattered all over the place. I think one big room (that could fit everybody) would work alot better.

    July 11, 2007

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    A former member

    Seems it was oversold...had to stand out in the hall and couldn't see or hear anything

    July 11, 2007

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