Part of the 140 Conference focused on the human element of social media and how tools such as Twitter had helped speakers who were facing some hard challenges.
The Wine TV Guy, Gary Vaynerchuk’s first book, Crush It!, just hit the streets and it’s already #2 on the New York Times Bestseller List.
Gary has over 1M Followers on Twitter and many consider him a Top 10 Internet Celebrity. He’s been on Conan O’Brien, CNN, Fox News, and several other shows and networks.
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The panel which followed Billy Bush’s talk was titled Public Policy and Law and conducted by the following panelists: Glenn Manishin (Tech Lawyer & Web Pioneer), Adrian T. Dayton (CEO, Comrad Esq. & Author of Social Media for Lawyers: Twitter Addition), and Brett Trout ( Patent Lawyer & Author of CyberLaw)
The Billy Bush talk on Twitter in Part 2 of 15 actually followed a previous panel — one which spoke mostly about the new Google application, Google Wave.
According to Google, Wave functions as the following:
” …an online tool for real-time communcation and collaboration. A wave can be both a conversation and a document where people can discuss and work together using richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps and more.”
Early in the talk, Greg Dalesandre, Product Manager for Google Wave mentioned that, “Google Wave and Twitter are cousins if you will.”