Showing posts from January, 2009

GE Augmented Reality 3D demo

Demo of General Electric Smart Grid Augmented Reality 3D hologram. Watch the 3D hologram come to life in my hands, then try it yourself. One note if you do try it , on the wind demo blow into your mic and see what happens.

Demo of Twhirl Seesmic integration

Request the preview Twhirl application.

Evernote - Nerd Stalker #31

(8mins) At a standing-room only SF New Tech event, I spoke with Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote, a software application that allows users to easily capture information in any environment using whatever device or platform you find most convenient. It makes this information accessible and searchable at any time, from anywhere. We discussed history, humor, and the future of Evernote.

Arzoola - Nerd Stalker #30

(4mins) Nerd Stalker interview with Arzoola CEO, Roie Edery. Arzoola provides free privacy protection tools and promotes awareness of the exploding epidemic of identity theft, phone & text message spamming, harassment, and other privacy related crimes.

Roost - Nerd Stalker #29

(4mins) Roost is hands down the best real estate tool available for consumers. The biggest advantage they have is access to the much desired Multiple Listing Service in various locations across the country. We get the opportunity to talk with Senior Director of Marketing and Social Media, Derek Overbey. Roost offers two services in parallel - a consumer search engine for places to live and a technology platform for REALTORS®.

Eye-Fi - Nerd Stalker #28

(5mins) We attend a very special SF New Tech meeting at Dolby Digital Labs. One of the great companies presenting was the current darling of wifi photography, Eye-Fi. We interview a super cool cat, Ziv Gillat co-founder and VP of Business Development. Eye-Fi sells SD cards for your digital cameras that have wifi built in, this allows you to simply take a picture and (provided you have wifi available) instantly upload geo tagged photos to your computer, social media, and online photo services. I witnessed the Eye-Fi in action and I must say I was very impressed, in fact they recently won MacWorld and CES awards.

TurnHere - Nerd Stalker #27

(4mins) Interview with TurnHere Director of Marketing Morgan Brown at a Mashable SF party. TurnHere is a leading Internet video production and advertising company for both big brands and small businesses. Leveraging professional 7,000-strong filmmaker network, TurnHere creates professional-quality, authentic, engaging online video around the world at a fraction of the cost of traditional production. Big brands looking to make video an important aspect of their Web presence and online directory resellers looking to offer online video to business customers turn to TurnHere for their online video needs.

Boxee - Nerd Stalker #26

(8mins) Nerd Stalker kicks the 2009 door down with a very special first interview of the year. We attend an exclusive SF New Tech meet up at Dolby Digital Labs where we have an information packed talk with Product Evangelist Dave Mathews of Boxee . Boxee is in closed Alpha (until 1/8/09 for Mac & Ubuntu) but Nerd Stalker viewers get in if you sign up within the next 48 hours. On a laptop or connected to an HDTV, boxee gives you a true entertainment experience to enjoy your movies, TV shows, music and photos, as well as streaming content from websites like Hulu, Netflix, CBS, Comedy Central,, and flickr. Boxee is the best media center solution i've seen hands down, you ask why? Open Source (xbmc) Amazing Codec Support Social Network Support (Twitter, Friendfeed, etc) Partnerships (See list above)