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Essential Mind Camp Info!

Looking for the quick info on Seattle Mind Camp, and what exactly it is? We’ve collected the most important information right here for you:

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If you think you hit the wrong place, no worries. I just updated the theme of the site to better fit in with the Mind Camp logo. Oh, and also because I didn’t think anyone would miss the periwinkle hyperlinks. I mean, I was correct in that assumption, right?


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JobsterThe sponsor love continues, this time from Jobster.

Jobster, headquartered in Seattle, Wash., is the online resource for employers to find great candidates and for job seekers to get noticed for their dream jobs. More than 250 employers including Starbucks, Cisco, Boeing, Microsoft, Expedia, Google, Samsung, eBay and Electronic Arts use Jobster to target, engage and hire the most qualified candidates. Founded in 2004, Jobster has offices throughout North America and is backed by industry-leading investors Ignition Partners, Trinity Ventures and Mayfield Fund. For more information, visit http://www.jobster.com or call 1-888-611-jobs.

This is a cool company - check out the interview we did with on of their main guys, Phil Bogle.


PluggdLocal Seattle startup Pluggd has made the decision to sponsor Seattle Mind Camp. For all you podcasters out there, you may want to talk to these guys…

Pluggd provides you with an exciting new way to discover, share, and enjoy Podcasts. We are leveraging the power of community to help you find the podcasts that match your passions, interests, and hobbies. Pluggd is currently in private beta, come on over and try it out. We want to know what you think.


Well, that didn’t take too long at all. About two weeks after tickets went on sale for the second Seattle Mind Camp, all 200 tickets sold out. We want to thank the attendees for getting the ball rolling towards a successful event. The attendee list is impressive, and I personally look forward to meeting (or, in some cases, reconnecting) with everyone.

For those wanted to get in, leave a comment on this post. If anyone cancels, we will use the comments here as our waiting list.


O'ReillyWe want to give a shout-out to O’Reilly for showing their support of Seattle Mind Camp 2.0 by sponsoring the event.

O’Reilly Media spreads the knowledge of innovators through its books, online services, magazine, and conferences. Since 1978, O’Reilly has been a chronicler and catalyst of leading-edge development, homing in on the technology trends that really matter and spurring their adoption by amplifying “faint signals” from the alpha geeks who are creating the future. An active participant in the technology community, the company has a long history of advocacy, meme-making, and evangelism.

And you thought a FooCamp-Mind Camp connection would be a conflict of interest…


You know, I love the OPML, especially for uploading my favorite bloggers into sites like Newsvine.  It’s no muss, no fuss… very handy.  But sometimes I’m just too lazy to bother with all that typing, cutting, and pasting.  Fortunately for me, Alex Barnett has once again done the heavy lifting for me and assembled a Seattle Mind Camp OPML file, available here:  http://www.extremepodcasting.com/opml/seattlemindcamp_opml.xml.

If you’re not on the outline yet, and you’d like to be, just leave a comment here and Alex will hook you up.


LizardTechWe wanted to throw a “Thank You” out to LizardTech for stepping up as a sponsor for Seattle Mind Camp 2.0:

Since 1992, LizardTech has delivered state-of-the-art technology for managing and distributing massive, high-resolution digital content. Government and non-government organizations alike have benefited from our software products and technologies. We pioneered MrSID(r) (Multiresolution Seamless Image Database), a powerful wavelet-based image encoder, viewer and file format. LizardTech sits on the OGC Technical Committee and has been a chief contributor in extending the capabilities of JPEG 2000 to geospatial applications. Along with our partners, Galdos Systems, we are helping to drive cross-platform interoperability and rapid Internet distribution for geospatial imagery via the GeoWeb through the XML-based Geography Markup Language. LizardTech’s partnership with Oracle will enable databases to store and retrieve wavelet imagery. As we advance the imaging frontier LizardTech will offer software and solutions that integrate imagery into the next generation of data storage and network systems.


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