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Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.),
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Kevin Lynch (Adobe Systems Incorporated),
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Erin McKean (Wordnik),
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Ge Wang (Stanford University, Smule),
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Steve Blank (Stanford/Berkeley/Columbia),
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June Cohen (TED Conferences),
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Hilary Mason (bit.ly),
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Jared Friedman (Scribd),
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Danny Sullivan (Search Engine Land),
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Paul Buchheit (Facebook),
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Lili Cheng (Microsoft),
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Jeff Pierce (IBM Research - Almaden) ,
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Eric Ries (Lessons Learned),
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Clara Shih (The Facebook Era),
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Ben Huh (I Can Has Cheezburger),
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"Launch Pad", Marshall Kirkpatrick (ReadWriteWeb), Ellen Pack (Elance, Inc. ), Brian Singerman (Founders Fund), Lev Mazin (AskYourTargetMarket.com), Mike Courtney (AskYourTargetMarket.com), Jeff Boudier (Stupeflix), Nicolas Steegmann (Stupeflix), Francois Lagunas (Stupeflix), Patrice Lamothe (pearltrees), Francois Rocaboy (pearltrees), Edward Balassanian (Strings.com), Adam Blum (Rhomobile), Lars Burgess (Rhomobile), Ahmed Siddiqui (EnglEasy), Baoshi Yan (Engleasy).
For 2010, we continue the tradition of showcasing innovative and promising new companies at Web 2.0 Expo. While the definition of a launch has gotten cloudy in this age of public betas, were looking for new companies or products that make us take notice. And while venture capital has been the focus in past years, the reality of the market is that companies must gain the attention of customers. So our judging panel and criteria this year focus more on what is essential and transformational in todays market than on ability to get funded.
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Ahmed Siddiqui, Baoshi Yan,
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Jeff Boudier, Francois Lagunas, Nicolas Steegmann
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Patrice Lamothe, Francois Rocaboy
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Lev Mazin (AskYourTargetMarket.com),
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Adam Blum, Lars Burgess,
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Brady Forrest (O'Reilly Media Inc.) and Sarah Milstein (UBM TechWeb),
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Brady Forrest (O'Reilly Media, Inc.) and Sarah Milstein (UBM TechWeb),
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Effective social media comes from having the guts to try unique, memorable campaigns, the discipline to measure their successes and failures, and the wisdom to learn from the results.
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Ben Huh on the declining importance of mainstream media and the growing power of Internet communities. Plus, he reveals his favorite memes and the one he thought would catch on but didn't.
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Christian Crumlish has been participating in, analyzing, designing, and drawing social interactive spaces online since 1994. These days he is the curator of Yahoo!s pattern library, a design evangelist with the Yahoo! Developer Network, and a member of Yahoo!s Design Council. He is a director of the Information Architecture Institute and co-chair of the monthly BayCHI program.
He is the author of the bestselling The Internet for Busy People, and The Power of Many, and co-author most recently of Designing Social Interfaces with Erin Malone. He has spoken about social patterns at BarCamp Block, BayCHI, South by Southwest, the IA Summit, Ignite, Web 2.0 Expo, PLoP, IDEA, and Web Directions. Christian has a bachelors degree in philosophy from Princeton.
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Widely considered a leading search engine guru, Danny Sullivan has been helping webmasters, marketers and everyday web users understand how search engines work for over a decade.
Dannys expertise about search engines is often sought by the media, and he has been quoted in places like The Wall St. Journal, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, Forbes, The New Yorker and Newsweek and ABCs Nightline.
Danny began covering search engines in late 1995, when he undertook a study of how they indexed web pages. The results were published online as A Webmasters Guide To Search Engines, a pioneering effort to answer the many questions site designers and Internet publicists had about search engines.
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Diane Keng, founder of MyWeboo and high school student, interviewed about her third startup and finding a balance between work and school.
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Matt Galligan, 25, is the CEO and Co-Founder of SimpleGeo, based out of Boulder, CO that provides a ready-to-use location infrastructure for app developers. He previously founded Socialthing, a company that was chosen to be part of the inaugural year of TechStars. Socialthing.com went into private beta in March, 2008 at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. The company was acquired five months later by AOL. Socialthing was later rebranded as AOL Lifestream.
Matt currently resides in Boulder, CO and is an active member of the startup community there.
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At Web 2.0 Expo, Tim O'Reilly discusses the major players, platforms and key subsystems in the Internet Operating System.
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Jessica is a nationally-recognized expert on cultural and gender diversity and the author of Double Outsiders (JIST Works, 2007), an award-winning look at professional women of color/multicultural women. She was previously a corporate lawyer and holds a JD and an MBA from Duke University and a BA in economics from Spelman College.
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Hilary is the lead scientist at bit.ly, where she is finding sense in vast data sets. She is a former computer science professor with a background in machine learning and data mining, has published numerous academic papers, and regularly releases code on her personal site, www.hilarymason.com. She has discovered two new species, loves to bake cookies, and asks way too many questions.
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Michael co-founded ConnectSolutions LLC in 2007, and currently serves as president and CEO. Michael has over ten years of experience in software and technology development, specializing in real-time web communication technology. Prior to ConnectSolutions, he led Acrobat Connect product management through twelve releases at Adobe Systems. Before Macromedia/Adobe, Michael managed several web-based collaboration solutions at Siebel Systems. Prior to Siebel Systems, Michael led product management and marketing for Vignette's partner products. Michael holds a bachelor's degree from Amherst College, and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and their three children.
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Charlie Kim is the Founder & CEO of Next Jump, Inc. (NxJ), the premier provider of internet-based corporate employee purchasing programs and customer rewards and loyalty programs worldwide. Established in 1994 and privately held, Next Jump utilizes its proprietary technology platform and data advantage to provide dynamic and relevant merchant-funded rewards programs, bringing together thousands of merchants and millions of consumers.
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The Monotype® foundry, part of Monotype Imaging, is home to the Monotype Library of typefaces. The history surrounding the Monotype foundry dates back to the Lanston Monotype Machine Company, which pioneered mechanical typesetting in the 1880s. From typefaces such as the Times New Roman® family designed originally for The Times newspaper of London in the 1930s, to corporate identities created recently for companies such as Barclays, Monotype fonts have helped to create various recognizable brands.
Today, as Monotype Imaging, we license typographic solutions to consumer electronics device manufacturers, independent software vendors, creative professionals and leading corporations worldwide. We also provide solutions for software applications and operating systems. Our e-commerce Web sites, Fonts.com™, Linotype.com, ITCFonts,com and Faces.co.uk allow you to download and license thousands of fonts. Our Fontwise® solution helps companies and agencies stay legal by managing their font licences.
Although names have changed and technologies have evolved over the years, Monotype Imaging represents a rich history of typographic innovations and design and is recognized today as a global leader in text imaging solutions.
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Jeffrey Veen is a founder and CEO of Typekit, a cloud-based font subscription service for web designers. Jeffrey was also one of the founding partners of Adaptive Path and project lead for Measure Map, the well-received web analytics tool acquired by Google in 2006, where he managed the user experience group responsible for some of the largest web apps in the world. As a consultant, he has been involved in designing the leading blog and social media applications on the web, including Blogger, TypePad, Flickr, and and National Public Radio.
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Christopher Brown joins Opscode from Microsoft, where he was a Director of Engineering for the Edge Computing Network within Global Foundation Services. Prior to Microsoft, Christopher was a Founding Member, Architect, and Lead Developer for Amazon.coms Elastic Compute Cloud ("EC2"). He holds several patents in the areas of Internet routing, VM/runtime hosting, content delivery and cloud computing.
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Prior to HubSpot, Dharmesh was founder and CEO of Pyramid Digital Solutions, an enterprise software company selling to large financial services companies. Pyramid was a three time winner of the Inc. 500 award and an industry leader in providing innovative web applications available to millions of consumers. The company was acquired by SunGard Data Systems in 2005.
Prior to Pyramid Digital Solutions, Dharmesh held a number of technology management and development positions. Dharmesh also runs OnStartups.com, an online community for entrepreneurs, which is one of the top 10 most read startup blogs and receives over a thousand visitors a day. Dharmesh holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Alabama and an M.S. in the Management of Technology from MIT.
Dharmesh is author of a book entitled Inbound Marketing: Get Found Using Google, Social Media, and Blogs, published by Wiley in October of 2009.
Read more: http://www.hubspot.com/company/management/dharmesh-shah/#ixz
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Cary (avatar "CaryJay") began serving as the CEO of IMVU in November 2007. Previously, he served as either CEO or Chief Marketing Officer at four other technology startups, including mySimon.com (acquired by CNET) and Autoweb.com (acquired by Autobytel). Cary was VP and General Manager at Intuit, responsible for QuickBooks Payroll, which he grew from $100 million to $200 million over a three-year period (2003-2006). Cary began his career in marketing and brand management at Procter and Gamble, where he was Tide Brand Manager. He then went to Clorox, where he rose up the marketing ranks before becoming General Manager of the Clorox Pet Products Company.
Cary earned an A.B. in International Relations from Stanford University and an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
When he isn't working, Cary dreams of diving again with the beautiful Napoleon wrasses at Blue Corner in Palau and with the enormous Manta rays at Goofnuw Channel in Yap.
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Prior to starting Clustrix, Paul was the founder and director of engineering at Isilon Systems, the proven leader in scale-out NAS storage solutions. After five years, Isilon achieved the best opening performance for a technology IPO in the previous six years. Paul designed, architected, and developed all of Isilons products while building the engineering team to 50 people, the company to 200 people, and revenue to $100M. He was responsible for many of Isilons key patents. As director of engineering, he established and executed long-term architectural goals, and maintained a close relationship with marketing, sales, and customers to produce Isilons highly successful product roadmaps.
Before Isilon, Paul was the development manager for all of RealNetworks infrastructure products, including RealServer, RealProxy/Cache, and the distributed Live Real Streaming system.
Paul earned a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science from the University of Washington.