100 Potrero Ave
SAN FRANCISCO, California 94103

On tap for December 17, 2008 is a very special SF New Tech event.

We will be showcasing technologies designed to promote and leverage rich media experiences via the Internet in Dolby Lab's state-of-the-art screening room.

Patrick Norton, Managing Editor of Revision3 will moderate.

Only 80 tickets will be distributed.

Wine & hors d'oeuvres will be served.

Tickets will go on sale 10am Monday morning, December 15th.

Companies scheduled to demo include:

Dave Mathews, User Experience Guy
Boxee is a free, open-source software platform that integrates personal media with Internet media along with social networking. Boxee's social networking component allows users to share information about what they're listening to or watching with other boxee users or friends on social networks like twitter, facebook, etc. http://www.boxee.tv

Ziv Gillat, Co-Founder and VP of Business Development
Eye-Fi has developed an SD memory card that is embedded with a wireless radio transmitter, to allow for automatic uploading of digital photographs to the home computer and/or a variety of the most popular online photo-sharing websites. http://www.eye.fi

Nate Pagel, Founder & CEO
Podaddies is the leading video advertising solution for online video publishers — supported by our very own video ad network. Podaddies' proprietary, standards-based, innovative and flexible advertising platform allows marketers to integrate any type of rich media content into the video viewing experience, even after download. http://www.podaddies.com

Scott Arpajian, CEO & Co-Founder
Dizzywood is a virtual world for kids between ages 8-12. In Dizzywood, kids can play games, explore imaginative areas in a virtual world, and meet new friends in a safe environment. http://www.dizzywood.com

Bambi Francisco, CEO & Co-Founder
Vator is a next-generation business social media company, combining community-generated approaches to data services and news. http://www.vator.tv

Patrick Koppula, CEO & Founder
ffwd.com is your personal remote control for channel surfing the web video explosion. http://www.ffwd.com

SF New Tech

Special Event Tickets:
$30.00 online now.
[Note: Tickets will not be availabe at the door for this event.]

6:00 pm - Doors open, wine & hors d'oeuvres
7:30 - 9:00 pm - Demos
9:00 - 11:00 pm Schmooze

Official Website: http://sfnewtech.com/

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