Please find below the video from last Thursday's LaunchCamp Boston 2010. We'll collect all the slides from speakers and post them shortly.
After John's presentation, we shared some popular YouTube videos with the audience that helped folks understand the history and state of social media. First up was a history lesson by Brett Borders:
Next we watched the Social Media Revolution video from Socialnomics:
Finally, to help folks understand that companies both large and small can become social, we watched an interview of Scott Monty by David Meerman Scott:
Next up among our presenters was Jeff Cutler on the first of the Three Cs of Social (Content):
Following Jeff were Jim Storer and Rachel Happe of The Community Roundtable on the second of the three Cs of social: Community (naturally):
Last up for the morning Social Media Breakfast Briefing was Doug Haslam, who spoke on the last of the Three Cs of social: Conversation:
After a break for lunch and networking, Mike Troiano kicked off the afternoon LaunchCamp sessions with an excellent session on scalable intimacy:
Our entrepreneurial panel discussion was moderated by David Beisel of Venrock, and featured success stories from Jules Pieri (Daily Grommet), Ja-nae Duane, Jason Jacobs of Fitness Keeper and Raj Aggarwal of Localytics:
After the first panel, Dharmesh Shah shared with us his advice on sales 2.0:
Unfortunately, we didn't have the disk space or battery power to capture the afternoon breakout sessions on video -- you just had to be there, or watching the livestream. As mentioned, we'll be sharing the slides with folks separately.