The clock is ticking and today is the last chance to submit for the Enterprise 2.0 Boston Launch Pad.What do I have to do?Not much. Just Tweet to #e2conf-lp and tell us in 140 characters or less why you deserve to present at Launch Pad.What makes me Launch Pad worthy?If you're launching a new product, recently formed a new partnership, are sporting a new integration point or have added a new feature between January 1 and December 31, 2010, we welcome your Tweet. It can be a peek behind the kimono of future announcements or something your company just recently rolled out. We also require that your company is in the Enterprise 2.0 space. Here's a brief list of the types of technologies we consider E2.0.Does it cost anything to enter?Nope. There's no fee to enter and if you make it to the Final Four, you'll get the chance to demo in front of a live audience on the keynote stage. Check out some footage from the Enterprise 2.0 San Francisco Launch Pad last November to get a taste of what the live contest feels like.You've got till end of day today to Tweet to #e2conf-lp - good luck!
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