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May 2, 2007 - 12:56 p.m. - Hollywood, CA

 

Having lived a collective eight years in Los Angeles, I've always been fascinated by this legendary Hollywood restaurant. And after lunching on a crab salad I'm happy to report that although you have to pay for it, this joint is everything you want and think it to be -- happy but sardonic wait staff, old school charm and atmosphere, and a hearty serving of whatever you're ordering.

 

Charlie Chaplin. Orson Welles. Humphrey Bogart. Ernest Hemingway. All of these legends have dined at Musso & Frank Grill. And if it was good enough for them, it's good enough for me.

 

6667 Hollywood Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90028-6220

Phone: (323) 467-7788

 

www.hustlerofculture.com/me_we/2007/05/musso_frank_gri.html

 

The peerless Micki Krimmel, aka the hottest girl at the party.

Michael Arrington of the influential blog TechCrunch.

Valerie Cunningham, who put together much of the conference.

(photo by eric rice) -- this is us driving down to LA, we're on the side of the pacific ocean with the fog coming in. man, it's so amazing here in california. plus, we rock pretty much.

hotel roosevelt on hollywood blvd is where OnHollywood took place. give me the mission any day of the week.

Helllloooo up there

Morgan McLintic of Lewis PR appeared as an industry expert at a zillion sessions, roughly.

Damn!

 

Shirt reads "I was internet famous once."

Blake Krikorian, Michael Robertson, Richard Rosenblatt

Michael Robertson, founder of mp3tunes.com and perhaps the most innovative disrupter in the digital music space for years.

Attorney Colette Vogele.

Tony Perkins, founder of the Always on Network, and Andrew Aitken of Olliance Group at the OnHollywood 100 launch party featuring the CEOs of the winning companies at KPMG in Mountain View on April 19, 2007.

Justin Kan of JustinTV defended the participatory media movement. (Contact JD Lasica for reprint rights)

Tom Green with his videographer on stage at OnHollywood.

Kristin Reilly of thepubliceye.tv with Dalton Caldwell, CEO of imeem.

Richard Rosenblatt, co-founder and CEO of Demand Media, showed off some of the company's new services.

Steven Starr, co-founder and CEO of Revver, with Valerie Cunningham.

The scene at poolside during the May 3, 2006, reception.

OnHolywood 2009:

Panel: Content is King - But How do You Monetize Online Video?

 

Shishir Mehrotra, Dir. Product Management, YouTube Monetiation Google.

Bill Day, CEO ScanScout

Adam Cahan, CEO Auditude

Yangbin Wang, CEO Vobile

Jonathan Heller, Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Free Wheel.

Spinning at the first night's cocktail reception.

OnHollywood 2009: Leveraging Social Media

 

Moderator: Greg Stuart, Former CEO, Social Gaming Network

Carri Bugbee, President, Big Deal PR, Freator@PeggyOlson

Anthony Batt, President & Founder, Buzznet

Peter Yared, CEO, iWidgets

Chris "Broadway" Romero, Creative Director, G-Unit Records

I had an exchange from the floor with Andrew Keen, author of the new book "The Cult of the Amateur," who said he wrote "a broad cultural attack on Web 2.0." (Contact JD Lasica for reprint rights)

Ted Cohen, Senior VP of Digital Development & Distribution at EMI Music, moderated one of the sessions. He'll be a panelist on a panel I'm moderating at OnHollywood on May 3.

Chad Hurley, co-founder of YouTube and social media rock star.

Accepting the 2007 AlwaysOn OnHollywood 100 Award in Hollywood, CA

Chad Hurley and Blake Krikorian in a lighter moment.

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