Other people’s favorite “Demos”

Joshua Jaffe, of VC Ratings, has a list of other people’s favorite demos at Demo. Add to that list Shel Israel’s list of faves. Here’s Chip Griffin’s list too. Joshua’s list includes a list of the ones who won “Demogod” awards. Keith Shaw links to the day 2 video demos. It’s interesting to see which ones were on everyone’s lists. Omidyar Network’s Christine Herron, for instance, had two travel sites: CircleUp and PairUp. I liked both, but didn’t think they were baked out enough to put at the top of my list (I’m leaving in a few hours for Frankfurt, Germany, though, and travel sites interest me a lot).

Yeah, I already sent Joshua a note saying I work at PodTech, not PodShow. I had lunch yesterday with Tom LeVine CEO of the most excellent PopTech conference. After that I started getting confused too.

Author: Robert Scoble

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Comments

  1. Sorry for the OT, but your link blog archive, a post that linked to me, is not working.

    It’s taking me to the home page, instead of the post where you linked to me.

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  2. Sorry for the OT, but your link blog archive, a post that linked to me, is not working.

    It’s taking me to the home page, instead of the post where you linked to me.

    Any clue as to what happened?

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  4. I liked the PairUp concept too, as someone who travels just about every week. My concern was that while it would automatically import contacts, you still have to manually input your trips at the web site. Of course, outlook doesn’t track location well, but it would be nice to see a more efficient solution. Until then, I’ll have to sit on the sidelines and wait for that product.

  5. I liked the PairUp concept too, as someone who travels just about every week. My concern was that while it would automatically import contacts, you still have to manually input your trips at the web site. Of course, outlook doesn’t track location well, but it would be nice to see a more efficient solution. Until then, I’ll have to sit on the sidelines and wait for that product.