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|Just a Fraction of the Crowd Checking Out Products|
|Best Costume of #MIN75|
- WeVote -making communication with your legislators easier
- CampusTap - a private social platform for college career services
- Lig - making legal simple
- Vocoli - suggestion box that actually works
People's enthusiasm for CampusTap generated some of the best auto-correct errors on Twitter: collage for college and underground for undergrad. Hm, I think I will start referring to my "underground" years at Regis. :-)
|Don Letting Someone Try on his Glass|
The prize winners were Bike Beacon, WeVote, CampusTap, and grand prize winner OpportunitySpace. Prizes were donated by Google and by InnovationWomen. The VentureFizz technology prize went to Vocoli. All well deserved.
The public sector - both the Baker administration and the Walsh administration - was well represented in the Experts Corner with Bill Oates, CIO of the Commonwealth, Chris Osgood, Co-Chair of the Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics, Jay Ash, Secretary of Housing and Economic Development, and Harlan Weber, a Commonwealth Innovation Fellow at MassIT. Secretary Ash took a photo of the crowd and commented on the turnout as well as the ripped jeans. He looked very expert, so he gets to be the closing Expert Looking Expert.
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