Jose Brotons, COO of Product Madness, closed out the TechCrunch/OpenCoffee event in a unique way, by unveiling -among others- their brand new mad product, Viral Tuning. You shall watch the presentation’s video or take a closer look at the embedded slideshow, I may let you know that the latter already received the ‘Slideshow of the Day’ prize at slideshare.
Aris Filokostas, founder of Likno, presented us the last of his attempts, Photo Frame Show. The service provides you with a bunch of frames to enhance your digital photo experience and you may find out more about it in the video and slides of Aris’ presentation that follow.
Tassos Koutsovassilis presented -for first time in public- some details and a screencast of Blymee, you may find more about it on our earlier post. Or you’d better take a closer look by watching the video of his presentation, embedded hereby.
update: and here is the screencast itself, thanx tasos.
Stelios Petrakis, Slideflickr founder and co-organizer of Open Coffee meetings in Thessaloniki gave us a sneak peek of his cute and sexy web app for flickr slideshows. What follows is the video plus slides of his presentation, enjoy.
We start rolling the event’s videos with the insightful talk of our esteemed guest Mike Butcher, editor of TechCrunch UK. And let me repeat our pride and joy for having Mike with us, we really look forward to the future expansion of this relationship.
P.S.: Kudos to Costas Vlachakis of techblog.gr for all the videos.