Yes, it is. As of last night and now, back to business.
Good morning, Campers and congratulations to two of our members:
Punit Shah, CEO of Zazu, a Boston-based startup that wants to turnsmartphones into your clock radio, was quote in the New
York Times last week (http://nyti.ms/bD7t4n). The app goes on sale in July and will have a variety of computer voices reading the morning headlines to you as you wake up.
Malcolm Elvey’s Turning Point: Eliot Spitzer made iTunes New & Noteworthy last week, so check it out, lucky iPad owners out there. He’s also looking for an intern, so if you’re interested, or know of someone who would be, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We just heard about the .Co Founders Program and thought we’d share. Warning: the deadline is today.
The .CO Founders Program is an initiative designed to engage early adopters,also known as .CO Founders, to proactively develop and maintain domains with the .CO extension prior to the public launch in July 2010. This is a tremendous opportunity for applicants to secure memorable domain names and get a jump on the competition by developing their .CO domains before the
Who should participate?
The .CO Founders program is appropriate for individuals, businesses, big brands, agencies, bloggers, affiliate and Internet marketers, developers,advertisers, non-profits and entrepreneurs of every kind – anyone interested in building a brand online, launching a website, blog, or community, and
those who want get in on the next big thing.
What’s in it for you?
You get a premium, memorable domain name in the .CO space to build and develop before the rest of the world has access to register .CO domains. You get the benefit of our marketing efforts as we showcase each of our .CO Founders on our website and through other global outreach efforts.
What’s in it for them?
They get smart, talented people like you to help us to build and develop the .CO space by posting credible content on .CO domains. By having great COmpanies, COntent and COmmunities on .CO domains, we can better promote the .CO extension and awareness of this exciting, new opportunity in online
For more information/application:
Tuesday, June 15:
The Kinsale, 2 Center Plaza, Boston, MA
Join innovators in Boston for beer and conversation on innovation, social media, and anything that makes innovators happy – besides the beer, of course. Cash bar and you’re welcome to bring friends as well. RSVP:http://innobeerboston.eventbrite.com/
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati’s Entrepreneurs College
1301 Avenue of the Americas
An in-depth discussion of the issues that Life Sciences entrepreneurs should consider when starting their ventures. It’s free and register here: http://bit.ly/9emf18
6:30PM NYLUG Presents: Rob Spectre on Open Source Television with Boxee
Boxee’s free, open source, downloadable media center software is changing the way consumers experience media. Lead Apps Developer and Community Evangelist Rob Spectre will discuss Boxee’s open source heritage, hacker culture, and open API as well as answer your questions and give you a tee
shirt. RSVP: http://rsvp.nylug.org/
Thursday, June 17:
1540 Broadway, 24th Floor
This month, Chip Hazard, General Partner, Flybridge Capital is the guest VC for this free event. RSVP: http://eroundtable27.eventbrite.com
Wednesday, June 23:
Agile Funding & Hiring
We are happy to announce our June 23 Job Gen iEvening – this time we will discuss ways that Agile Start-Ups can raise capital and how execs can tap into this universe for consulting, advisory and leadership positions
Once Again we invite Execs & VCs to pitch – simply send
VCs and Panelists:
Ian Sigalow, Greycroft Partners, LLC
Stephen Brotman, Greenhill & Co.
Graham Lawlor, Ultralight Startups
Hosted by Alan Brody
http://bit.ly/aCHUZN For your 30% discount code: SOSlist
Since it IS back to business, well, of course help is on the way…