words and pictures by Brian Solis

The team that produces the industry-defining DEMO conferences wanted to say thank you to those who have presented at, supported, and also succeeded through the DEMO conferences.

What better way to express appreciation than to bring everyone together at a great place with incredible people on a beautiful SF summer evening. In fact, it was such a well-received token that over 600 people decided to join in the fun.

I’ll let the pictures tell the rest of the story:

Nathan Gold and Steve Larsen

Harry McCracken and Marie Domingo

Tom Foremski

Shaherose Charania of Women 2.0 and Rebecca Weeks of Real Girls Media

Nigel Eccles and Thomas Griffiths of Hubdub

Phil Libin and Andrew Sinkov of Evernote

Nagaraju Bandaru of BooRah

Salim Madjd of CrazyMenu and Myles Weissleder

Sanford Barr of Social Dynamics and STIRR

Tyler Willis of Inolver

Dawn DeBruyn of WeMeUs

James Yu of Scribd

Alex Ross and Miiko Mentz of FutureWorks

Lily Balfour, Anne Donker, Chris Otto, Sanford Dickert

Robert Sandie of Viddler

Brian Caldwell

Rafe Needleman

Dean Takahashi of VentureBeat

Kristin Keuter and Cathy Brooks

Don Clark and Off the Record

Chris Shipley and Neal Silverman

Ash Damle

Ryan Hupfer and Karen Hartline

Ben Pollack

For more pictures from the DEMO Alumni Party, visit my album on flickr.

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Discussion

    no imageRob Sandie (Who am I?)19 June 2008 3:49 pm

    Rafe was there?! Man. This blog post needs to go up before the event starts!

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    no imageTyler Willis (Who am I?)19 June 2008 6:10 pm

    Thanks for putting me next to all these great people! :)

    Hope to see you at Startup Drinks!

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    no imageryanhupfer (Who am I?)20 June 2008 10:03 am

    …and now, with this comment, I officially complete the triad of awesomeness from this shindig.

    Tyler – I’ll be at Startup Drinks tonight, for sure. Hope that I can still recognize you minus the grizzlyness.

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