ETech 2008 Events

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Location: Marina Ballroom E
AppNite features 10 awesome developers doing 5-min App demos, with prizes for the best apps, as chosen by the audience. Read more.
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Location: Marina Ballroom E
If you had 5 minutes on stage what would you say? Would you pitch a project? Launch a web site? Teach a hack? We’re going to find out when we Ignite ETech. Read more.
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Location: Mission Hills
Werewolf is a game of paranoia and group behavior and a fun way to get to know your fellow conference-goers. Read more.
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Location: Marina Ballroom F
Visit the exhibitors, mingle with other attendee, and enjoy great refreshments and drinks at the evening reception. Read more.
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Location: Marina Ballroom E
Join the Electronic Frontier Foundation in a fundraiser honoring the 2008 Pioneer Award winners. Since 1991, the Pioneer Awards recognize leaders who are extending freedom and innovation on the electronic frontier. Read more.
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Location: Marina Ballroom D
After a long day of conferencing, you’re invited to come enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres at the After Hours Party. Mingle with conference attendees, speakers, and Disney & ABC technology executives! The party will include an interactive lounge, demo stations, and a raffle making it the perfect spot to chat about E-tech sessions, new technologies, and network! Read more.
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Location: Mission Hills
Werewolf is a game of paranoia and group behavior and a fun way to get to know your fellow conference-goers. Read more.
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Location: Marina Ballroom D
Regine Debatty (We Make Money Not Art), Kati London (Area/Code), Natalie Jeremijenko (NYU), Scott Varland (NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP)), Adam Simon (Socialbomb), Michael Dory (Socialbomb), Paul Torrens (Arizona State University), Ryan McManus (Barbarian Group LLC), Andrew Bell (Barbarian Group LLC), Andrea Vaccari (Senseable City Lab, MIT), Tucker Balch (Georgia Tech), Stewart Tansley (Microsoft Research), Eric Kabisch
The first ever Emerging Arts Fest provides a showcase for artists to present their vision of the intersection of art and technology. Read more.
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Location: Mission Hills
Werewolf is a game of paranoia and group behavior and a fun way to get to know your fellow conference-goers. Read more.
Sponsors

Diamond Sponsor

  • Sun Microsystems

Gold Sponsors

  • Adobe Systems, Inc.
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Disney
  • Google
  • Make magazine
  • Yahoo! Inc.

Silver Sponsors

  • AdaptiveBlue
  • Jaduka

Premier Media Partner

  • ZDNet