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Continuing a proud, shoeless, tradition.


(Photo from BarCampNYC2, which I helped organize at the Microsoft office in midtown Manhattan with the help of a whole bunch of talented and amazing people.)


Read the Wired article for more...


Photo by redab

This was my session at BarCampNYC2. (Inspired by, and put together with help from, Dave McClure, Paul Rademacher, and James Levine.)


We had great judges, awesome prizes (thanks to a generous sponsor), and a fun time was had by the 50-60 people who attended and played.


Read the Wired article or watch the video for more...


Photo by Victor Lombardi

Monetizing Socal Networks



- Effective

- Unobtrusive

- Integrated

- Add Value



- Banner Campaign (facebook)

- Contextual Ads (myspace et al)

- Sponsored Corporate Entities (myspace, facebook, bebo)

- Customization Charges (cyworld)

- Object Pages (a la netflix)

from david keay's dashboard widget [1]. see more of it at monkey business labs [2].




It seems that no one can be completely protected from roaches in NYC, not even Microsoft.


Alternate title: One of Microsoft's bugs (ha!)

I haven't been shy that I'm a huge fan of . Every time i meet someone from there, they're incredibly down to earth and are going out of their way to understand what the community wants and give it to them.


They sponsored barcampnyc2, and I scored this t-shirt and got to meet the very awesome Justin Day.


Seriously, if you're thinking about doing anything resembling a video podcast, use . You'll thank me.

(or how to turn the real world into a video game)


This was our entry into the 'half-baked' 10 minute company

The wall of sponsors at BarCampNYC2. Thank you to all of you!


No shoes are allowed on when at Barcamp.

Camo pants and pink socks are a perfect combination.

A very empty schedule wall. This would soon fill up.

Who knew moving 140 t-shirts across New York City could be so much hassle?

Microsoft bought and provided additional wireless points

Logistics roadie and reminder-of-barcampian-principles.

10 minutes to prepare, 5 minutes to present, 2 minutes for questions from the judges. (The Social Carnivore team was robbed!)

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