November 2, 2008
I had an awesome time at the mesh conference last year.
As I anxiously wait for mesh2009, I couldn’t help but get excited over meshjobs. One thing I noticed at my first mesh conference, was the hub of activity around the bulletin board listing techy and webby jobs available and wanted.
meshjobs now takes those opportunities and puts them online.
May 22, 2008
I had the opportunity to hear keynote speaker, Lane Merrifield, co-founder of Club Penguin, discuss the growth and success of this children’s online community. I also had the chance to hear Garrett Camp, speak about StumbleUpon’s growth from “3 guys in Calgary”, to it’s recent 75 million dollar acquisition by eBay.
I attended the following panel discussions:
The Infinite Good: The Economics of Abundance with Mike Masnick of Techdirt.
I’m not blogging my *scribbles* from the sessions I attended, because frankly, I didn’t take many notes. I sat through the sessions in awe, and captivated by the amazing stories and successes of these web entrepreneurs and visionaries. Search Google or Twitter with the tag #mesh08, and you’ll find some amazing blog posts and reviews.
I met some great people at mesh, and made some new Twitter friends too.
Looking forward mesh09!
May 21, 2008
The mesh conference is awesome!
Sessions I attended today:
Keynotes with Ethan Kaplan and Michael Geist.
Video is Everywhere: Amber MacArthur with Dina Kaplan (blip.TV), Andre Gaulin (CTV), and Guinevere Orvis (CBC).
The New Front Page with Daniel Burka of Digg, Pema Hegan of GigPark and Candice Faktor of OurFaves in a discussion about how the Web is the new front page, moderated by Mathew Ingram.
Where’s the Business in Show Business – Music and the Web
musician David Usher, Kieran Roy and Graham Henderson of the Canadian Recording Industry Association, moderated by David Gratton of Project Opus.
Did I mention the awesome t-shirts?
Looking forward to day 2!