The War on Email
The gdgt crew is hosting the official CE Week kickoff event next week, and the T-shirts and iPhone cases are gonna fly. Betabeat is a sponsor for this free event at the Altman Building that mixes a bit of boozing, a bit of schmoozing and a bit of trade show, as the only CE Week event that’s open to consumers. The crew also already bequeathed the equivalent of $3,500 to a lucky local startup (Marquee.tv) in the form of a silver sponsorship. There will be hordes of “amazing gear” to win in contests at the event. The show is all ages—that means soda pop for you, under-21 kid. RSVP here.
Peter Rojas is co-founder of gdgt, a reviews and Q&A site for consumer electronics. Previously, he was the founding editor of Gizmodo and Engadget. This post originally appeared on his personal blog.
About three or four years ago I resolved to get my inbox under control— like most people I was having a tough time keeping up with everything—and after a few weeks I was able to get there. Here’s what I do to stay on top of my inbox (and apologies if these are just completely obvious things to do).
First off, thanks to all the great start-ups who applied, and hope to see everyone at the event, (which is free!).
Second, we’re pumped to announce that Makerbot is the winner of a free Silver Sponsorship at the gdgt Live event here in New York on June, 21.
Heads up New York nerds, Betabeat has the golden ticket for you to win access to gadget heaven.
gdgt is a new gadget Q&A site co-founded by Peter Rojas and Ryan Block, well known for their days at Engadget (Peter was Co-Founder, Ryan, Editor in Chief).
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