Cloud & Storage Blowout – Chowda, SiliconANGLE, The Cube, and EMC World – Shipping Up To Boston
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As part of our continuing coverage of cloud, real time web, infrastructure, and mobile SilconANGLE is heading to Boston for EMC World 2010. As Stu Miniman says, EMC World is the Superbowl of Storage. It’s the main industry event where the action is not just the show but the partying and side events of which we’ll be covering like a blanket
Last March SiliconANGLE prototyped a new mobile studio format called THE CUBE. Now as part of our formal event coverage that was launched at SXSW SiliconANGLE and its video team are shipping up to Boston next week May 9-13.
We will buzz all over Boston to cover and collaborate with our fellow bloggers, analysts, and industry peers to capture all the relevant action at the 10th anniversary of EMC World 2010 in Boston.
#TheCube – Live Studio & Show Everyday 2:30-5:30 EST
We will be featuring SiliconANGLE’s “The Cube” – a live video show that pioneered by SiliconANGLE bloggers Mark Rizzn Hopkins and Michael Sean Wright. The Cube was prototyped and battle tested at this years past SXSW where Mark and Sean put together a studio to go with the help of Tricaster.
#TheCube Format: Featuring A Live Video Show Everyday
Everyday at EMC World 2010 from 2:30 est to 5:30 est we will be holding a live program similar to the one that was established at SXSW in Austin. The Cube was so successful Leo Laporte and Robert Scoble used it to do their programs from. Big congrats to the producers and creators of The Cube – Mark Rizzn Hopkins (@rizzn) and Michael Sean Wright (@nicefishfilms).
We want to highlight all our fellow social media peers as well both at the show and in and around Boston. We will be doing this via two additional components a “morning social coffee” and “social power lunch” programs. These two programs will be short format. Social morning coffee and social power lunch will feature news bursts from around the web and EMC World. Additionally we will highlight the social media conversations from people and conversations happening around the web, the show, and around Boston.
If you are a blogger, analyst, or industry executive and want to share your opinion join us by visiting SiliconANGLE.com/emcworld2010. If you’re attending EMC World stop by the blogger lounge put on by Len Devanna of EMC (@LenDevanna).
How To Be On The Show
If you want to be active with us you can participate either in person or over Twitter. We will be actively integrating Twitter users who are remote into the show. So tweet away and we’ll grab you on the show hashtags are #emcworld #thecube
Special Sponsor – Legal Seafood
What would an event be in Boston without some chowda, fried clams, and lobster. With that Legal Seafood will be our official food sponsor for the SiliconANGLE EMC World coverage and official clam chowder for The Cube and its’ guests. Legal Seafood has served it’s clam chowder to presidents of the United States from Jack Kennedy to Obama.
We’re in great company with Legal Seafood.
Big Players – Names That You Know Coming
Chuck Hollis , Brian Gallagher, Joe Tucci, Pat Gelsinger, Dave Vellante, Rich Walsworth, Dave Graham, Jeff Nick, @storagezilla, @storagenerve, Baas Rayman, Ray Luchessi, Brian Gracely, Frank Hauck, Sam Curry, Chad Sakac, Frank Slootman, Mark Peters, Jeremy Burton, Stephan Foskett, John Troyer, Howard Elias, Tony Pags, Steve Herrod, Ken MacDonald, Barry Burke, Mike Versace, Stu Miniman, Len Devanna, Greg Schulzand many more.
If you want to be on our blog roll and Twitter roll – add your url and Twiter username in the comments.
Bloggers Confirmed At The Blogger Lounge
Len Devanna and the EMC social media team has put together a blogger lounge.
Here is the sign up sheet if you’re a blogger and are attending EMC World 2010.
Here are some of the blogger confirmed to be there in person.
|Len Devanna||Blog – Len.Devanna.com
Twitter – @LenDevanna
FaceBook – LenDevanna
FriendFeed – LenD
|Jamie Pappas||Blog: www.jamiepappas.com
|Luigi Danakos||Blog- AftaShockEnt
|Matt Davis||Blog – techmute|
|Christopher Kusek||Blog: PKGuild
Facebook: Christopher Kusek
LinkedIn: Christopher Kusek
|Chuck Hollis||Blog — chucksblog.emc.com
Twitter – @chuckhollis
|Scott Lowe||Blog – blog.scottlowe.org
Twitter – @scott_lowe
|Stuart Miniman||Blog – blogstu.wordpress.com
Twitter – @stu
FriendFeed – miniman
Google (Buzz) – stuminiman
|Darren Ratcliffe||Blog – vgood.typepad.com
Twitter – @iaas_fujitsu
|Charles Hood||Blog – charleshood.net
Twitter – @charleshood
|Denny Cherry||Blog – itke.techtarget.com/sql-server
Twitter – @mrdenny
|Natalie Corridan-Gregg||Blog – natalie.corridan-gregg.com
Twitter – @NCorridanGregg
|Blog – Word of Pie
Twitter – @piewords
|Bas Raayman||Blog – BasRaayman.com
Twitter – @BasRaayman
FaceBook – BasRaayman
|Devang Panchigar||Blog: Storagenerve
|Ed Saipetch||Blog: Breathingdata
|Greg Schulz||Blog: StorageIOblog
LinkedIn: Greg Schulz
FaceBook: Greg Schulz
FriendFeed: Greg Schulz
Google: Greg Schulz
|David Hurst||Blog: AppyTech
Google: David Hurst
|Eric Kiel||Blog: network0
|Chris M Evans||Blog: The Storage Architect
Linkedin: Chris M Evans
FriendFeed: Chris M Evans
|Brian P. Boyd||Blog:SanGeek
Linkedin: Brian P. Boyd
|Rich Bocchinfuso||Blog: GotITSolutions
Linkedin: Rich Bocchinfuso
Facebook: Rich Bocchinfuso
Google: Rich Bocchinfuso
|Alexandra Larsson||Blog: Alexandra
LinkedIn: Alexandra Larsson
|Brian Henderson||Blog: Power Windows|
|John Troyer||Blog: VMTN Blog
LinkedIn: John Mark Troyer
Google: John Mark Troyer
|Barry A. Burke
aka the storage anarchist
|Blog: the storage anarchist
LinkedIn: Barry A. Burke
FaceBook: Barry A. Burke
|Nabeel Ahmed||Twitter: @StorageDC|
|Marsha Glassner||Blog: Webserf
|John T. McArthur||Blog: Walden Technology Partners
LinkedIn: John McArthur
aka Documentum Guru
|Blog: Ask Johnny! – Documentum Guru
|Christine Christopherson||Blog: Use it or Lose it
LinkedIn: Christine Christopherson
FaceBook: Christine Christopherson
|Walid Elgamal||Blog: Eye On ECM
LinkedIn : [[@http://www.linkedin.com/in/welgamal |Walid Elgamal]]
|Edward Newman||Blog: Mr. Infrastructure
LinkedIn: Edward Newman
|Jennifer (Gargis) Meyer||Blog: Direct2Dell and Inside Enterprise IT
|Dave Vellante||Community: The Wikibon Project
Blog – Wikibon Blog
Twitter – @dvellante
Facebook – David Vellante
LinkedIn: Public Profile
|John Furrier||blog- SiliconAngle.com
Google Voice: 650-924-2009
|Edward Haletky||Blog: http://www.virtualizationpractice.com|
|Gina Minks||Blog: Adventures in Corporate Education
LinkedIn: Gina Minks
Proven Professional Community
|Howard Marks||Blog NetworkComputing-DeepStorage
|Ray Lucchesi||Blog: RayOnStorage.com
LinkedIn: Ray Lucchesi
|Alan Renouf||Blog: Virtu-Al.net
|Simon Seagrave||Blog: TechHead
LinkedIn: Simon Seagrave
|Colin Steele||Site: SearchServerVirtualization.com
Blog: SearchServerVirtualization Blog
|Nicholas Weaver||Blog: Nickapedia.com
LinkedIn: Nicholas Weaver
|Brian Gracely||Blog: Cisco Data Center Blog
Blog: Clouds of Change
|Ron Miller||Site: FierceContentManagement
Blog: by Ron Miller
LinkedIn: Ron Miller
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