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Heard something? Have links?

We're trying to compile them all here...add yours, and your contact info. :)


Here's who we've got on the contact list, let me (lori... lori.e.white at gmail ... if you want to be updated, share info/don't see your name here) know.

Lori White, Lori Feldman, Amy Mandlman, Todd Jordan, Steve (@whereisciao), Robert Hanlon, Karen Goodman, Mike Austin, Robin J Halterman, Aravind.


Lori Feldman's (http://www.TheDatabaseDiva.com) initial presentation about reaching out to non-tech folks NOTES :

1. Don't hang out with geeks. The money (jobs, clients) is where un-tech people are. She's makin' money doing 5% of what we know.

2. Good places to meet potential clients/employers: BNI, YellowTie.org, chambers of commerce, Rotary clubs, weekly luncheons. (they're looking for speakers, so speak! )

3. Connect with big-time business networkers (yes, there are offline versions of people who have big lists of followers--these are PEOPLE CONNECTORS, not computer networks, she says!) Lori says it's ok to use her name to reach out to Karen Hoffman http://www.theideacoach.com/ and Darlene Willman, http://www.sassynetworker.com, two of St. Louis' top people connectors with more than 5,000 names of followers. She promises a lunch or meetup with these two will generate pages of actionable items to leverage your expertise into the business world.


Old media people vs new media people -- how do we get them together? What resources do folks know about?

Lori White: I only care about blogger, social media folks who are DOING THINGS with the real world.

Bill Streeter, where are you?  Lofistl.com

Keaggy  http://keaggy.com


Also, yes there is an art scene. Add links for Steve twitter.com/whereisciao

Mike Austin (get links from him...Mike?) 

innovate st. louis -  http://innovatestl.com

technology entrepreneur's center - http://www.tecstl.org/

IT entrepreneur network - http://www.innovatestl.org/ITEN.html

Job fair next month for ppl interested in startup - http://www.busyeventxp.com/startupconnection-cmp

new St Louis Startup - http://www.shopr.com

http://www.ideabounce.com/contact/events.php and www.ideabounce.com


Matt H's IdeaMarket


FREE BEER is effective



lightgraffiti- projector/laser thingee


LINUX presentation? 

*put your stuff here* 



@whereisciao Steve's presentation: 

Oh Pretty! An Introduction to E-Textiles. 

www. fashioningtech.com  -- Examples, community of crafters, instructions 

www.sparkfun.com -- Hardware 

http://www.loop.ph -- Researcher