Fellow Twitterati –
Shameless appeal for your vote. For those twitterers following the Enterprise 2.0 conference, you may be familiar with their LaunchPad contest. This year to enter companies made a pitch in twitter (140 chars or less, of course!) and the first round of voting is based on those pitches. (#E2L09 hash tag to search)
(Shameless commerce warning)
Infovark is a friendly networked information assistant for people on the move. http://www.infovark.com, or @infovark. We’ve entered the Enterprise 2.0 LaunchPad contest. If you think our product is worthy, you can help by voting for us in Round 1
I know not all the govloopers are DC-based, but for those who are we are the only National Capital area entrant, so please help vote the hometown team. (And – Go Caps! Rock the Red!)
Apologies again for the shameless plug – direct flames @paula_thrasher 🙂
p.s. Are other govloopers are planning to go to Enterprise 2.0 Conf this year, lets organize a tweetup in Boston?
Make a pitch 140 characters? OK. People step away from the twitter website. That is ridiculous. This is really becoming an unhealthy obsession for people. What is the point of that? Do you have a better pitch if you can do it in fewer words?
I will be and E2 in Boston
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