February 19, 2006
Naked Conversations Launch Celebration
The Foldera guys. Note Oliver on the left also writes MobileCrunch with Michael Arrington. Think all of your data organized instantly in a more efficient way. (generic description I know; but an accurate one in a dozen words - they'll be at eTech in a week.
Jeff Clavier - hey, Jeff, do you ever miss an event?
Good group shot taken by Rafe
Bloggers mixing with marketing - what has the world come to?
Kevin Werbach makes an appearance from the east coast
Simply Hired's Dave McClure, who wears 500 hats and subscribes to Dr. Seuss' "fun is good" philosphy
With Oliver Starr (this is before we started losing feeling in our feet -- did I mention that it felt like a winter New England night last night?)
Rob Hof of BusinessWeek
Shel autographs a book
Blogging Crowd (okay, nearly, Red Herring's Liz Gannes is on the right)
Ted Rheingold was smarter than the rest of us - he wore a HAT, perhaps not a wool hat, but a HAT - did I mention that it felt like a New England winter night last night?
Tony Gentile with a Google mobile engineer
Dave McClure again (that 500 hats & Simply Hired guy), me, Salim Ismail and Jennifer Myronuk
Michael Arrington's lucky day - in the middle of a brunette (yeah, that's my natural, well, close to it :-) and a blonde. (yes, that's Jen again :-) She was filming the 'scene' when I arrived.
Despite it being an evening of honor for the Scobleizer, he still gets roped in (yeah, by me :-) to see a demo of Sharpcast from Gibu Thomas and Allen Bush (of course they're a client if you haven't figured that out by now). I couldn't feel my feet by this point in the evening.
Great shot in the back corner of the tent (where one did NOT go to unthaw. Who's in this photo anyway?)
Money passing hands for one of Robert and Shel's new books. Yes its a 20. Yes that's Robert's teeth.
Hey, is that Allen still demoing Sharpcast photos?
Robert Scoble and Shel Israel posing. Hey, who are these posers? Oh yeah, its their celebration. Go on, pose for the camera guys. We wish you the best and many sales and 'book buzz' in the months ahead.
This is a Rocketboom freelancer filming the above two posers from the sidelines. Don't you feel like you were at the party at this point? Note to blog: Robert Scoble took off his shirt for a Rocketboom shot, so make sure to tune in.
Peace to you too girl. And kudos and congrats. For those of you who don't recognize her, its Robert Scoble's wife Maryam, who also has a blog.
After all that, doesn't it make you feel as if you were there last night? Michael's photos are posted here.
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Posted by: Jeff Clavier | Feb 18, 2006 11:35:01 PM
Thank you for mentioning Foldera.
I appreciate it.
PS. It was fun watching EVERYONE standing in line- to get to you all night!
Posted by: Richard Lusk | Feb 20, 2006 7:01:53 AM
Wow! You should publish a who's who on the side. You reminded me of people I would have spoken to if I had remembered what they looked like.
This was like playing put the name on the face without having to play. Thanks!
Posted by: Ted R. | Feb 21, 2006 8:07:38 PM
Wow! Another fabulous social event. I must say you are very gregarious. I surmise that residents of the so-called area of our nation known as "dumbf**kistan were not invited to this fabulous event.
Posted by: Richard | Feb 28, 2006 6:17:09 AM