Another successful event, I’m told it was 120 guests, for this bbq event, which included aprons “Cooking up your network”, the sign up post exploded this morning with maybe two dozen sign-ups.
NetGear’s digital living room was very cool, PodTech video crew was there to capture some video for our client, and interviewed many folks, including Drue Kataoka who’s a resident bay area artist in the form of traditional Japanese style “Sumi-E”, the bubilicious team, Web Developer Brian Stephens (who has the famous Chocolate Blog), Web Developer Michael Gobaco, Web professional Chris Salazar, Waili and friends from Savvis (who should host the next Lunch 2.0 and do a data center tour), Jeremy Toeman, and many others.
It’s pretty amazing the amount of press this event is getting, as it was on the front page of the SF Chronicle, funny photo of founder Terry.
Updates: Here’s some links of blogs, images, and videos:
-Bub.blicio.us: Our friends have harnessed ustreaming!
-Here’s their archived Ustream video, and here
–Mario Sundar’s take on the event (with some community marketing ideas)
–Drue has a wrap-up
–Christopher Salazar enjoys the networking
–Ubergizmo likes the geekery and the digital lifestyle room
–Check out Ubergizmo’s video
–The always cheerful Lisa got a kick out of hearing how Brian makes his gourmet chocolates
–Holly has a video, but she also wonders if this has become a PR thing.
–Michael met some folks at Lunch 2.0
–Jessica Mah enjoys the free food.
Here’s those videos interviews by Bub.blicio.us crew.
Above: here’s the video that Podtech created for our client Netgear