Posts Tagged 'xbox 360'

SharePoint Conference 2009 Started – CardioLog Booth Pics

I’m positive our team at the SharePoint Conference is having a blast, along with 7,000+ people who stormed Las Vegas these past 2 days. Steve Ballmer gave his keynote speech earlier today, to kick-start the conference. If you’re not attending spc09, like me, there are couple of ways to track the action, twitter is my favorite of course. Just head here to see what people are talking about, picturing and streaming.

Pictures from the conference will be uploaded to this facebook album, so if you’re visiting our booth, #1028, be sure you’re captured !! CardioLog Contest will start tomorrow, Tuesday – if you’d like a chance to win an XBOX 360 PRO – come say ‘Hi’.

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Collaboration demo at TheMarker Com.Vention

!!!Last minute update!!!

We are going to showcase IBM/Lotus Collaboration solutions (Enterprise 2.0) at the upcoming TheMarker Com.Vention, coming Sunday-Monday, at Avenue, Airport City, Israel.
TheMarker Com.Vention is the largest Internet event in Israel, held by, the leading IT news publisher in Israel. The speakers list is impressive, and includes, among others:
Craig Newmark (Craig’s list), Peter Hirschberg (Technorati), Rachel Masters (Ning), Jeff Pulver (Pulver Media), Gary Shainberg (BT), David Isenberg (Isen) and Robert Schoble.

Look up the IBM booth at the event, hear our collaboration solutions, watch the demo, set up follow-up meetings and (most important) – play with our Sony PS/3 game consoles.
Alex and myself will share this event – Alex will be on Sunday (day 1) and I will take Monday (day 2). See you at the event.

TheMarker Com.Vention 2008

I’m heading to a short vacation, so I’ll leave you with this magnificent Sony Bravia commercial, featuring purple…

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