okay folks... trying to make some decisions on which stickers to mass produce.
can you click thru to the one you prefer, and/or make a comment about your favorite? (or just use Flickr to 'favorite' your top choice)
here are the stickers to choose from:
(note: if you want, you can choose 2 favorites, 1 small above & 1 large below)
ps - if you see me at Web 2.0 or BlogOn, you can also just come up and ask me for a sticker or a t-shirt.... the t-shirts look like either the small stickers (hate on front & love on back), or the peace / anarchy symbols instead of the elephant guy.
So you built a mashup, it's super-cool, and your site just got slashdotted -- but will it ever pay the rent?
Since Google Maps debuted earlier this year, ‘mashups’ combining
multiple web services have become the poster children for the Web 2.0
movement. However, while no doubt amazing, can sites like these that
remix data from others ever be used to make money on their own? Join us
for a tour of the latest Mashups hit parade, and a discussion of how
mashup business models might attract commercially-minded developers
with Web 2.0 aspirations. We'll discuss key technologies & services
needed to implement mashups, and what business models could be used to
generate revenue for their owners. Our panel will include popular
mashup developers, as well as technology evangelists from platform
companies like Yahoo, Google, and eBay offering mashup services.
also Mon 10/10, the first Silicon Valley Microfinance Network meeting launches at the Omidyar Network offices in Redwood City, where Mike Murray from Unitus will be speaking (sorry about dual scheduling; i'm planning to be at both somehow -- hopefully limited crossover conflict re: Search Geeks & Microfinance Geeks, other than me & Steve Ketchpel)
Mon/Tue 10/17-18 i'll be at BlogOn in NYC, maybe also day before & after for dinner meetings with friends & bloggers in the area. comment below if you'd like to hookup one of those days, or on Sun pm / Wed am.