Full Videos From The Sold-Out 2006 MIT Venture Capital Conference

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Full Videos From The Sold-Out 2006 MIT Venture Capital Conference


As I noted a couple of weeks ago, I was a panelist on one of the sessions in the 2006 MIT Venture Capital Conference in Cambridge, MA.

The topic of my panel session was “Commercializing Web 2.0:  Hype vs. Reality”.  There was considerable discussion on this topic here on OnStartups.com.

The conference is organized and run completely by MIT students – and it was an exceptional event.  The conference was sold out days prior and the energy and attendance at the sessions was amazing.

For those of you that are curious, full online videos of the sessions are available for free here.  [Note:  For some reason, they require you to fill out a form to get access to the videos]


If there are particular sound-bites or quotes from the various sessions that catch your fancy, please leave them in the comments.  I attended the social networking session, the digital media session, and of course, the Web 2.0 session.


Posted by on Tue, Dec 19, 2006


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