I attended Seattle Lunch 2.0 at Pelago today. Food: -1. Cold cut sandwiches, cookies, and soda. Meh. People: +1. About 60 in attendance, by my count. A good cross-section of Seattle geekdom. Talk: -1. A circle jerk about whether you can make money from Facebook apps. Let me assuage your anticipation: "Maybe."
Yesterday, I met up with members of Open Source Bridge's brain trust at the Seattle Lunch 2.0 happy hour at Axios/TalentSpring. Lots of people, lots of good chats. Lots of pizza and drink. IANAL but gosh their office is nice. Open Source Bridge was represented by Selena Deckelmann, Rick Turoczy, Jake Kuramoto, and Kelly Guimont. They … Continue reading Seattle Lunch 2.0, Open Source Bridge
I went to today's Seattle Lunch 2.0 at Whitepages.com. Great food spread, +1 to Whitepages. There were at least 200 people there. Michael Arrington of TechCrunch moderated a panel of Urbanspoon, Jott, and WhitePages founders & VPE's, who talked about their companies' iPhone applications. I may have accidentally snubbed John Cook. I didn't recognize him. But then again, maybe … Continue reading Seattle Lunch 2.0