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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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Rhapsody

The love keeps on coming. Thank you to Rhapsody for the sponsorship. Even better, attendees get early access to the new Rhapsody Web Services technology. Sweet.

Rhapsody is the premiere music subscription service on the internet, offering unlimited access to a catalog of over 1.5 million songs.  Rhapsody.com offers this same catalog in your web browser to Windows, Mac and Linux users.  Through Rhapsody Web Services, developers can offer this same catalog of music on their site to their visitors.  If you’d like to learn how to build a web site with cross-platform access to high-quality, full-length, legal streaming music from major labels, visit http://rws-blog.rhapsody.com for more information.  Mind Camp 2.0 attendees will have early access to brand-new RWS technology.


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WhatCountsA big thank you to WhatCounts for hopping on as a Premium Sponsor of Seattle Mind Camp 2.0:

WhatCounts is a unique email marketing firm - providing cutting-edge publishing technology. More than just an email offering, their systems are easy-to-use and highly flexible, allowing clients to create and deliver targeted and engaging communications to their customer base, resulting in stronger relationships, increased revenue and brand improvement. From dynamic content delivery, to sophisticated survey systems, integrated Blogging/RSS, SMS, CAN-SPAM compliance and deliverability tools, the WhatCounts platform offers the most comprehensive features in the marketplace.

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Sxip IdentityBecause they are taking care of our lanyard and badge holder needs, Sxip rocks.

Sxip Identity is the pioneer of Identity 2.0, creating simple, secure, and open solutions for the next generation of Internet identity.  For the enterprise market, Sxip Access delivers delegated authentication and access control for on-demand, software-as-a-service applications, which mitigates provisioning risk and significantly improves user experience.  For websites, the Simple eXtensible Identity Protocol (SXIP) provides a proposed Internet-scale standard for automating identity exchanges.  For blogs, sxore enables authentic conversations by preventing spam and bringing identity and reputation to the blogosphere.


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?


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.


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