So today was my last day at TechCrunch. A little bit about the move and what I'm doing next
More vids from TechCrunch party soon...
DadLabs somehow smuggled a camera into the TechCrunch Austin MeetUp and subjected the networking techies to the intense questioning of Daddy Owen. Over 700 attendees swarmed the open bars, schmoozed, and moved small objects with their throbbing tech brains. Thanks to Erick, everybody at TC, the nice people at Austin Ventures, and the MeetUpsters for tolerating us. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Kimberlie Dykeman interviews Thom Singer at the Austin TechCrunch party, produced by austinlifestyles**** Paul Terry Walhus. Thom has written three books: "Some Assembly Required: How to Make, Grow and Keep Your Business Relationships", "The ABC's of Networking", and "Some Assembly Required: A Networking Guide for Women"... which are available at Amazon****. The books are full of tips to assist business professionals find unique ways to stand out from their competition and to build a network of contacts that will lead to more business.
Kimberlie Dykeman interviews TicketCity**** at the TechCrunch event in Austin on Sept 24, 2008. Ticketcity is one of the best places to work in Austin because of it's fun loving corporate culture.
AustinLifestyles**** and Kimberlie Dykeman interviews JP with KeyVault at the TechCrunch party in Austin, Texas. KeyVault lets you send out information safely via email with less hassle. Paul Terry Walhus produced this video.
Kimberlie Dykeman interviews Joshua Baer with OtherInbox**** at the TechCrunch Party in Austin, Texas on Sept 25, 2008. Producer, Paul Terry Walhus with AustinLifestyles****. OtherInbox is a cool way to take email to a new level and crush the influx of spam.
Kimberlie Dykeman interviews Steve Testone with SnapPages**** "websites for the rest of us" at the TechCrunch party at Pangea in Austin, Sept 25, 2008. Produced by AustinLifestyles**** Paul Terry Walhus
Dee Dee Dial is the go go girl for Austin's redhot BazaarVoice which has exploded to over 200 employees. It's an online rating and review and social commerce system. Kimberlie Dykeman interviews Dee Dee at the TechCrunch party on Sep 25, 2008. One of Austin's best places to work.
AustinLifestyles**** and Kimberlie Dykeman interview Jay Hallberg with SpiceWorks at the TechCrunch party in Austin, Texas on Sep 25, 2008. Produced by Paul Terry Walhus. Spiceworks does awesome network management software (web based).
AustinLifestyles**** and Kimberlie Dykeman interview Erick Schonfeld at the Austin, Texas TechCrunch party on Sep 25, 2008 at Pangea in the 4th Street District. Erick is the co-editor of TechCrunch****, an amazingly diverse blog and newsfeed about startups and VCs.
Kimberlie Dykeman inteviews Dewey with Mingll at the TechCrunch party at Pangea in Austin, TX on Sep 25, 2008. mingll is an awesome browser plugin that galvanizes your social networks to one place. Paul Terry Walhus produced this for AustinLifestyles****
Kimberlie Dykeman interviews DadLabs at the TechCrunch**** party in Austin, Texas on Sep 25, 2008. DadLabs had an awesome video rig and interviewer at the party and roamed the floor catching people off guard. Paul Terry Walhus produced this video for AustinLifestyles****
Kimberlie Dykeman interviews Peoplepad**** CEO Troy Lane Williams at the TechCrunch party. They're the "mystery company" a product under wraps. Paul Terry Walhus with AustinLifestyles**** produced the video.
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