Enterprise 2.0 Conference - Launch Pad Sweet Sixteen
Dear Sweet Sixteen finalists of the Enterprise 2.0 Conference Launch Pad program, first - another congratulations for beating out all the Round 1 competition!I've gotten some inquiries about how to submit your video for round 2 so am sharing your next step details on this blog for clarification. It's actually pretty simple:
Please visit the Launch Pad site, create a (new) account and upload your videos.
There is a 'Video Submissions' tab that outlines the rest of the process so please take a careful read through.Please note that the video formats supported by the site are: MPEG, MPEG-4, M4v, MPG, FLV, Real Audio/Video, WMV, ASF, AVI, BFI, IFF, RL2 and .mov (for the Mac lovers out there).Reminder: All submissions should be posted by Sunday, May 24th (midnight PST) - and community voting will commence through Thursday, 28th.On Monday morning we will announce the URL where all the videos are being hosted and YOU CAN VOTE (with no log-in needed).Thanks for playing! We look forward to seeing what you come up with and wish you the best of luck.~ Janetti, Stowe & the Enteprise 2.0 Conference team.PS - since it's a holiday weekend, if you have a technical emergency, please call 415.947 and send a text message to the mobile # mentioned.
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