Last week we had our call for our “Twitter Pitch” Round 1 for Launch Pad 2009, presented by the Enterprise 2.0 Conference.
We screened through the fabulous tweets – removing duplicates and RTs (the community support is great but unfortunately only 1 entry per company is allowed). Of the final round 1 submissions, we’d like YOU to vote for the company you’d like to see progress to Round 2 (videos)
Voting commences now and ends at on midnight PST Friday, May 15th. There will be a total of 3 online rounds, and the final 4 companies will present live on the main stage at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference. The winning company will receive a Demo Pod for the 2010 Conference, valued at over $7,500.
Please see our Launch Pad page for a full schedule and more details.
ADD YOUR VOTE NOW!
&amp;amp;lt;br /&amp;amp;gt; &amp;amp;lt;a href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/1610687/” mce_href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/1610687/”&amp;amp;gt;From these Twitter submissions, which is the most interesting, desired, wild, crazy, or cool new idea you’d like to see move on to Launch Pad Round 2? #E2L09&amp;amp;lt;/a&amp;amp;gt;&amp;amp;lt;span style=”font-size:9px;” mce_style=”font-size:9px;”&amp;amp;gt;(&amp;amp;lt;a href=”http://www.polldaddy.com” mce_href=”http://www.polldaddy.com”&amp;amp;gt;poll&amp;amp;lt;/a&amp;amp;gt;)&amp;amp;lt;/span&amp;amp;gt;&amp;amp;lt;br /&amp;amp;gt;
[Only 1 vote per person. Please note that any suspicious voting patterns will be monitored and removed.]
And a special thanks to the folks at PollDaddy for helping provide this very sexy embeddable poll.
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Is it legal to vote for ourselves? We are biased a tiny bit.
Isn’t OpenText an Enterprise company that’s been around for awhile? Should they qualify for the Launchpad round? It doesn’t seem like they have a new product or feature either.
I think Gartner recognizes them as an ECM Leader in the magic quadrant.
Anyone else agree?
Hiya, yes you can vote for yourself (only once!). We’re tracking IPs in the poll so behave :)
And traditionally I’ve worked on Launch Pad as being a startup-focused program, but in this case, we asked everyone for a cool, new, interesting idea.
OpenText is more than welcome to submit but if you feel it’s not ‘new’ enough, then simply pass on voting for them and perhaps another company will rise to be winner.
~ Janetti, Community Manager
Thanks for the clarification Jannetti and to E2.0 for providing the opportunity.
How cool would it be if billFLO (run by an Irish guy) won a poll provided by PollDaddy (an Irish company!)
Ian from billFLO
I love the concept guys!
Wow, this voting system is buggy. Anyway, good luck to all.
Infovark sounds friggin cool
Wow, this voting system is really buggy! I’ve either voted 3 times, or not at all
Why are Simon’s having so much trouble with the voting system? :)
To vote, click the SINGLE BEST IDEA and scroll down and hit “VOTE” on the bottom right side of the poll.
What a cool idea and even cooler logo..go Infovark!
It looks more fresh and cool. And I have chance to try it (it’s still in private beta.), and it’s easy-to-use.
love all the comments but make sure you’re voting too!!
cocloud is so cool!
A very good social concept
cocloud is good.
Infovark all the way!
wow… I gotta say your polling software needs a tune-up…
First, to the geniuses who say “nothing is wrong just click the vote button,” you obviously know ABSOLUTELY NOTHING USEFUL about software… and your votes should count AGAINST who you voted for.
NEWS FLASH: when somebody has an issue with a web form, you TEST it on multiple browser/OS combos, before you spew ignorance.
FYI: this web form does not work on Firefox 3 / OSX. It works on Firefox 3 / Win32, and Safari / OSX… at least on my system. lease fix this, or note it.
correction! after a swift kick I was able to make Firefox 3 / OSX work… The “vote” button appears about 1/3 of the time.
CoCloud is pretty cool!!
It’s very smart
Brainpark….. great folks.
Reaaly good initiative Stowe wish I was on the list
SWIFT has got my vote. I hope to see it coming to a conference near me!
@ilan is a great product!
#bex I’m running a Firefox version that’s not seeing any issues so really appreciate you pointing out the browsers folks shouldn’t use. Thanks much!
all about some @brainpark. Very cool stuff.
The Infovark application looks to be ahead of its time. Very very cool.
Check out Tiny Soapbox – very cool and simple.
CoCloud sounds so cool:-)
very good 。 cool
cocloud by Anhuier@fudan is good
I’ll cast my vote for the Itemscript project. It aims to create an open standard language for provisioning rich web applications.
What if you could describe applications and data in a schema, then iterate to bring the right people, widgets and services together? You’d be scripting dynamic applications to enable business agility. You’d be re-using your best components and remodeling without having to change your applications. You’d be home for dinner.
Itemscript is an open language that wraps widget libraries, web services and processes, exposing the what while hiding the how.
It’s new. We think it’s a pretty good idea. We’re biased. We’d like to hear your thoughts. Check us out at http://itemscript.org
Very good …cool
cumulusIQ is the great concept.
We use Intrix (InteraCorp), they changed their twitter handle to @IntrixCorp, and its great because its semantic- it remembers your work habits and workflow. Very cool!
When Semantic is Sexy! Go, go @InteraCorp
SocialWok (http://www.socialwok.com/) gets my vote for ease of collaboration!
None or three, Simon? Vote early, vote often!
easy and usefull. real web2.0
Producteev is a great tool. Everybody should try it.
I use ManyMoon myself to track my projects and daily tasks assignment with all of my freelancers and I have to say it’s simplified my life by providing easy interface to help me know where I am on things.
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