I have a few new videos up on ScobleShow from new companies trying to get your attention: vFlyer is a new classified ad service, and TrailFire is a new way to group together Web sites and share those with your friends.
These companies didn’t pay to get in front of you. I provide this as a free service.
Think of it as the “Demo conference without a fee.” To either you or the participants. Appreciate Seagate for paying the bill here.
Not to mention that you can participate even if you’re in India or China and can’t afford a plane fare to an event in San Francisco.
TrailFire interview with founders.
vFlyer interview with founders.
Add to those new ones, the other demos I’ve had on the ScobleShow this week. SplashCast and VodPod and Seagate’s Dave, and if I keep this pace up we’ll have hundreds of demos every year. Not to mention all the other stuff we’ve been putting on PodTech’s home page that’s separate from ScobleShow.
Next week on ScobleShow we have scheduled demos from CFares, Wellsphere, and tours/interviews of SLAC and the Train Museum Photowalking. The week after that we have demos or interviews scheduled for Clever Homes, O’Desk, Krugle, Gigavox Media and more. Whew, been shooting a lot lately.
Sorry, I can’t replicate the 4 a.m. chat session that I had with a group of geeks that included Brian Solis and Renee Blodget, (and many others) but then you won’t end up with a tab to pay, and you won’t be trying to catch up on your sleep for a week, either!
I’m about to hop on a plane to Frankfurt and am going to try to catch up with my email. But, in the meantime, if you want to be on the ScobleShow (I want more software developers, by the way!) just drop me a line: email@example.com.