October 28, 2007
PopTech 2007 Photos
John Sculley and Bob Metcalfe who were two of the early founders of the event. Like the rest of us, they were standing in the rain outside the tent that housed buckets of ice cream, an annual PopTech tradition...
John Maeda, world-renowned graphic designer and artist at MIT (also in the rain :-)
John Legend, his passion through his fingers and voice moved me into another galaxy
The Brooklyn Marching Band took over the last session, bringing a few of us into the aisles to boogie down (including yours truly)
Five redheads posing for a shot outside Tom Levine's house. L to R - Zoe Keating, ABC's Teri Whitcraft, Renee Blodgett, and speakers Louanne Brizendine and Shiela Kennedy.
Renee Blodgett, Richard Frankel and Meredith Leslie Kendrigan
Patti Hillis has the coolest glasses
The energy of Elizabeth Streb is irresistable
Jamis MacNiven from Bucks of Woodside showed up
Charles Swift has courage. Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) in the U.S. Navy, Judge Advocate General's Corps, he was most famous for having served as defense counsel for Salim Ahmed Hamdan, a former driver for Osama bin Laden.
Bora Yoon performs
Cecily Sommers takes a great portrait
Chris Luebkeman of Arup Foresight & Innovation. Arup’s foresight and innovation division encourages companies to think about global drivers of change, and how these could influence their strategies.
John Shearer, CEO of Powercast
Speaker Adrian Bower
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Great portraits Renee! Honored to be an official "Redhead of Pop!Tech".
Posted by: Zoe Keating | Oct 29, 2007 6:20:14 PM
I commend you for your free spiritness. It's refreshing to see this amazing assembly of resources within one environment. I would love to show you a technology that you might have or have not heard of... Recently it made it's way into INC. magazine. - It's phenomenal!! Your readers will love it. send me an email and I'll share more with you. Keep up the great work...
Posted by: C. J. | Nov 2, 2007 11:26:38 PM