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In celebration of Internet Week New York, the monthly geek gathering focuses on some of the city's biggest start-up successes.
Events management service Meetup is getting new paint and features soon.
Facebook, Evite, MySpace, Upcoming, Meetup, and Google Calendar listings can now be fed into the invitation start-up, founded by Friendster creator Jonathan Abrams.
So the Tricaster is dead for now... yeah, I guess we shouldn't be eating sesame cake and drinking Tabasco sauce around it, but hey, it happens. We make the best of things today again with Jason Howell.
The 404 studio starts its transition from toxic waste dump site into a full-on video production system with the help of Buzz Out Loud star Jason Howell. Seriously, there are about six cameras in here pointed at things that I don't even want to mention.
Jason Howell, from Bore Out Loud, keeps us classy in this very special episode of The 404. We make our big videocasting announcement. That's right! The 404, podcast of the future, is going to become a video podcast.
Wilson's still at the car show, so Jeff and I play twosies under the table. We start off with a very important announcement that involves us literally showing up at your door with mace and a large, blunt object. We also reveal more details about our Meetu
Caroline McCarthy and Tim Geisenheimer join The 404 today, while Jeff pretends to celebrate the Passover with his family. The ace reporter brings in cupcakes made with bacon-cream cheese frosting and beer. Sounds incredibly healthy.
The dominant conversation at the San Francisco confab was how to innovate and thrive in the new economy. Here's a suggestion: change the way conferences work, too.
We're not talking about a team of dancing zombies; we mean a team of friends to form her Zombie Preparedness task force. We also bring it with some open-source good news for DVR builders.