TechCrunch50

TechCrunch50: Year 3

How time flies. I remember when Mike first told us he was going to host a tech conference and after that first event, we were all exhausted and overwhelmed by the sheer amount of entrepreneurship and creativity under one roof, not to mention the nonstop after-events. By now, I’ve learned how to better pace myself, I know lots of the other attendees and feel like the event has become a bit of a fall tradition. That said, it was still a whirlwind event with a surprise ending.

Here are links to the posts I did each day and some of the images I captured. Of course, for more complete coverage, the TechCrunch staff did an amazing job posting about all of the companies and most of the panels of experts. But while we’re here, let’s enjoy my take on things, shall we?

redbeacon, the winners at TechCrunch50

Jason leads a cheer for Mike to take stage at TechCrunch50

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Tylor cheers at TechCrunch50

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Techcrunch50 - Kijubi

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TechCrunch50 - Kevin Rose on AI

TechCrunch50 - Marissa Mayer

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Techcrunch50 - IMO

clixtr at TechCrunch50

TechCrunch50 - IMO

This entry was published on September 20, 2009 at 7:33 pm. It’s filed under tech and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

3 thoughts on “TechCrunch50: Year 3

  1. Hi Jen, it was great of you to come, it wouldn’t be the same without you. I just wish I had more time at the event to hang out with friends. Come back to CA soon!

  2. Pingback: paying respect to 2009 | JenConsalvo

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