Thanks to Jeff Pulver, Jeffrey Hayzlett and a ton of other people for providing an awesome environment for connecting and sharing at the 140 Characters Conference: Exploring the State of NOW at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood last week.
Since almost everybody loves to look at themselves, I figured I’d start off by posting the pics I was able to take over the course of the conference. I’ll try to note everybody in each shot, but please feel free to correct me if I miss somebody or get something wrong.
Jeff Pulver kicks things off.
Cyndi Stivers – Managing editor, Entertainment Weekly.com
Dave Winer (@davewiner) – Software developer, Entrepreneur, and Writer
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Fail Whale.
Dave Winer and Robert Scoble
Robert Scoble (@Scobleizer) – moderator
Porter Gale (@porterVA) – VP Marketing, Virgin America
Break time in the DeVries PR hospitality suite
Geo Geller is The Man
Scoble demonstrates how he can throw Twitter over his shoulder.
Drew Olanoff (@drew) reminds everyone to connect with somebody they love – for real.
Kevin Pollak twittering away.
Mariel Hemingway (@Marielhemingway)
The Line for Jimmy Kimmel Live across the street from the Kodak Theater
Thanks, also, to the staff of the historic Roosevelt Hotel for upgrading me to a sweet suite.
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