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Charles F.


New York, NY

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October 25, 2006


My name is Charles Forman. I have been involved in 4 tech startups prior to this one. I have lived in Japan and Korea for a few years working on SNSs there. We recently moved back to the US to start a new thing. I can't talk about it yet! Soon!

What Charles F. is saying about this Meetup Group

I think you need to spice up the format a bit. First suggestion is to have a meetup every two months, you can get much better speakers that way. I like the idea of something along the lines of the instructables guy -- talking about a concept and not really demoing a web 2.0 business. I think there are a lot of interesting people willing to give a mini 5 minute talk on a tech related concept. Perhaps some spoken editorials, experience anecdotes, emerging trends, social behavior, etc. I think that scott is a great mc. I think its funny when he sums up the presenter's long winded self explanation down to about 4 words. I think that he should engage the audience more. For example, I think that some members in the audience are pretty interesting. If a guy is asking some pretty interesting questions, Scott could ask him to come up to the stage and introduce himself -- or interview him. I think that would be very entertaining and interesting. I have more thoughts. not enough charactrs!

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