By Paul Greenberg on May 13, 2015
I’ve been back from SugarCon 2015 a couple of weeks along with about 1000 other people give or take a few. I (and the other 999 plus) have had some time to think about what I saw and it was fascinating as always. This company, which I’ve known one way or the other for 10 […]
By Zoli Erdos on September 19, 2010
Recently I wrote up a positive example how Twitter, and generally public participation can enliven a conference. Today we’ve witnessed the opposite. Twitter KO’d HP at Oracle OpenWorld. No, let me correct that. HP KO’d HP. This keynote will be a case study for years to come. No more comments… just a few selected tweets, […]
By David Terrar on January 29, 2010
Some of us of a certain age come from a time when presentations weren’t created directly on the PC (or Mac) with PowerPoint (or Keynote), or with cool new online tools like Prezi. Back then before laptop PCs and low cost flash drives, if there was plenty of money in the marketing budget, and the presentation was really important you might create photographic slides, but usually it was paper on a flip chart stand, or more likely foils and an overhead projector (and you could write your notes alo…
By Michael Krigsman on November 18, 2009
Sitting here in the audience at the annual Dreamforce conference of Salesforce.com, a couple of quick impressions come to mind.