150 Folsom
San Francisco, California 94105

Join us for the inaugural Video Salon Redux, a monthly real world gathering of online media hackers, video artists, filmmakers, serialists, metaverse dwellers, entrepreneurs, advertisers, collaborators, co-conspirators and anyone else interested in the evolving landscape of internet based visual media. VSR is one part curated presentations, one part open show-n-tell and a very healthy dose of networking and cross-pollination (where the real magic happens).

6:30-7:30 cocktails/refreshments/happy hour
7:30-8:30 Introduction & curated presentations from

>> Michael O'Rourke: D7 TV
D7TV is a production company creating original content for internet television and mobile devices. D7TV will be showcasing its original short content ranging from news to comedy to lifestyle programming and discussing its future plans for creating branded entertainment.

>> Eddie Codel & Irina Slutsky: Geek Entertainment TV
Geek Entertainment TV reports from deep inside the bubble as it re-inflates. Eddie & Irina will give a quick history & overview of GETV and show a few favorite episodes. Irina is organizing The Winnies in LA at the end of the month and will have some announcements.

>> Nick Douglas: LookShiny / Goggle Burn:
Nick Douglas is starting a site named Goggle Burn, a VH1 for the web. He'll show his favorite online series to show why movies on the Internet don't have to be "America's Funniest Home Videos."

8:30-9:00 open salon: 5 minutes to show your stuff
9:30-11:00 salon/networking/ambient lounge

In the coming months, VSR will showcase a range of diverse subjects such as machinima, lifecasting, episodic content, mashups, distributed collaboration, personal storytelling, copyright and licensing as well as reality hacking.

VSR is co-produced by Michael O'Rourke (D7TV.com) and Eddie Codel (Geekentertainment.tv) and is kindly hosted at Dimension 7 Studios in downtown San Francisco. If you are interested in presenting at a future VSR, please contact one of us.

Added by eddie on November 7, 2007