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Have You Voted for Launch Pad Yet?

If not, what are you waiting for? We've got some excellent submissions in for Enterprise 2.0 Santa Clara Launch Pad 2010. You'll laugh, you'll cry. You'll revel in the innovation these Round 2 videos hold.

An email address is required to vote; be sure to verify your vote by clicking the link you receive via email. No gaming the system around here. The four vids with the most votes advance to the next round. The Final Four all have the chance to present a 5 minute demo live on the keynote stage at Enterprise 2.0 Santa Clara in Santa Clara, CA on November 10, 2010. We then turning it over to the live audience to choose their favorite demo via text-to-vote.This won't take long - there are 7 videos in total, and they are all under 3 minutes long. So turn up your speakers or headphones, sit back, and take a moment and cast your vote here. Deadline to cast your vote is 5 pm PST on October 8, 2010. We'll announce the Final Four on October 11, 2010.

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