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My five favorite videos from TechCrunch Disrupt

on October 8, 2010

Last week I attended TechCrunch Disrupt where I shot and produced a ton of video interviews and demos of products for Yammer. Below are a few of my favorites, and what follows are the rest of the videos. Please check them out and let me know what you think. Also, you’ve only got a few days left to play the “Workplace Communications Horror Story!” Sweepstakes for a chance to win a free iPad. Deadline is October 15th, 2010. All you have to do is tell a workplace communications faux pas story to be entered. Watch the video for some funny tales.

Here they are: My five favorites

you ever bought a product you wished you’d tested first?
Ever witness a communications faux pas in the workplace?
How has social networking saved your ass?
Outsourcing admissions at Singularity University ignites pockets of innovation
BitTorrent’s Founder on Creating a P2P Live Video Distribution Model

And lots more good videos

Is the social media space too crowded?
3scale manages conversations and content with Yammer
If it’s on Yammer, it’s from your team, and that’s worthwhile
Giving up on IM and going to quasi-real-time communications
Still hunting for right solution to manage the endless flow of information
TechCrunch Disrupt Winner Qwiki Creates Video Profiles on the Fly
SpeakerText: Search and Share Your Favorite Video Snippets
Ever witness a communications faux pas in the workplace?
Interview with Yammer CEO on the new Yammer
Use Yammer for urgent alerts or what’s left in the kitchen
Storify: Make stories using social media
Only six percent of your visitors really care about your site
Step back from the technology and think about the story you’re telling
YourVersion: Building recommendations through implicit & explicit behavior
Success for distributed development requires an initial face-to-face meeting
Robert Scoble on pushing conversations out of email and into open shareable spaces
Canceling Cranky Geeks won’t stop John C. Dvorak from being cranky
Keeping advisors and investors clued in on your Yammer stream
Digging for new solutions for prioritizing and sending email
Should Yammer be used to make fun of your coworkers?
SV investor Ron Conway: a crowded communications market is good for the consumer
Gaining trust often means admitting to your mistakes
Why so many companies are still stuck on email

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