Demo 2008

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DEMO is the premier launch venue for new products, technologies and companies. For more than 16 years, DEMO has established a reputation for identifying and presenting to an elite audience the products most likely to have a significant impact on the marketplace and market trends in the coming year.
4 episodes · since Feb, 2008
In this podcast
Feb. 12, 2008
Mark Rotblat of Tubemogul joins BlogTalkRadio to talk about DEMO 2008. TubeMogul is a free service that provides a single point for deploying uploads to the top video sharing sites, and powerful analytics on who, what, and how videos are being viewed.
Feb. 12, 2008
Eric Pettit of Livescribe joins to discuss the pen that's actually a computer. It records both visual and audio and then trasfers it to your computer through a USB port.
Feb. 11, 2008
Bob Mathew, CEO of CatalystWeb joins BlogTalkRadio after DEMO 2008. Unlike ZoHo and Google Apps, CatalystOffice provides organizations with unlimited-user licenses based on the scalable space they need, rather than the number of users.
Feb. 11, 2008
Last year at DEMO 2007 Adobe showcased Adobe AIR, a cross-operating system application runtime that enables web developers to create powerful rich Internet applications (RIAs) for the desktop. This year a handful of demonstrating companies are using AIR. Listen to Adobe on BlogTalkRadio.
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