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MashBash Tel Aviv

Mashable, the leading social media blog with over 6 million visitors per month and 171k RSS readers is coming to Israel tomorrow, June 10, and will meet various start up companies and VCs.

Blonde 2.0 (aka Ayelet Noff) will be a guest writer for Mashable during their visit, Flixwagon will film the entire visit (interviews and party) and TheMarker will publish interviews with Mashable staff and regular articles throughout the visit.

The highlight of the visit will be the party obviously, on Wed. the 11th, MashBash Tel Aviv, a 3 hour open bar event, at Tel Aviv Old Harbor, sponsored by Yedda (recently bought by AOL) and

In the words of Mashable:

What: MashBash Tel Aviv

Why: 800 Person, 3 hour Open Bar (and snacks) on the Beach in Tel Aviv, Celebrating Israel’s Booming Tech Culture

Where: Galina Beach Club (recently fully renovated), Hangar 19, Tel Aviv Port, Israel

When: Wednesday, June 11th, 19:00 – 22:00

RSVP?: You Must RSVP through EventBrite, 800 person limit

Who?: 800 people, including the startups, Venture Capitalists, Entrepreneurs, high profile CEOs and Mashable’s Adam Hirsch.

See you there 🙂

Sergey Brin Q&A at Garage Geeks

The past week was filled with VIPs in Israel, and I’m not referring to George W. Bush who visited here Wednesday, and halted the traffic in Jerusalem for 2 days. The President’s Conference, hosted by Israeli President Shimon Peres, attracted the who’s and who of politics and business, and gave us little people a chance to rub against the a-listers of Time, Fortune and BusinessWeek.

Plenty of business leaders took advantage of this conference. One of them was Google’s co-Founder Sergey Brin, who joined Yossi Vardi to his periodically Garage Geeks party, hosted (quite literally) in a garage near Tel Aviv.

Here’s a fair amount of Sergey’s ad-hoc Q&A section, as filmed by Ayelet Noff.

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