Last night was the 26th DemoCamp in Toronto, and the 3rd held at Ryerson University’s Ted Rogers School of Management with a crowd of ~300 or so. We had a Key Note by April Dunford and Demos by Kobo Books, Status.net, OpenApps, TeamSave, SWIX. and food. kick ass!! Continue reading Toronto DemoCamp 26, still going strong with noodles, Lean Marketing and 5 Demos.
DemoCamp Toronto is the show-and-tell for Toronto’s entrepreneurial developers, designers, and marketers. The goal is to see new technology, meet other interesting people in emerging technology, early-stage companies, and making Toronto a better place. The 20th anniversary platinum edition is Continue reading DemoCamp Toronto 20 is May 25th
A big article in the Saturday January 31st Globe and Mail Newspaper proclaimed : T.O. IS BECOMING A SOLUTIONS PLAYGROUND: WHY OUR CITY IS THE LATEST HOT SPOT FOR GEEKS, WONKS AND WEB JUNKIES, Toronto 2.0: data sharing source. The Continue reading Towards Building Toronto 2.0
This is what is Weird Wonderful Web for January 26th through January 27th: Still, or even more, relevant today: The Heavenly Jukebox from The Atlantic Monthly article on digital music from 2000. (no longer locked behind the paywall) – business Continue reading Weird Wonderful Web Links for January 27th
The FaceBook Camp Developer Garage was a great success with +450 people attending. There are a bunch of Flickr photo’s up tagged facebookcamptoronto. Joey deVilla has a detailed posting Notes from FacebookCamp, Part 1 and promises more, in addtional to Continue reading Wrapup on FacebookCamp in Toronto