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19 July 2006

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Jeremy Fain

Well, the presentation, though interesting, looks a lot alike yours at Technion. I liked your oral intervention better; though I unfortunately didn´t understand everything, you try to explain concepts and give definitions a lot more. Many thanks for all these clarifications.

Furthermore, I believe your visits to educational centers in Israel is a fantastic way to meet would-be "new web")); entrepreneurs.

There also are synergies between institutions. For instance, say you chat with a Weizmann researcher or a Technion engineer that´s technologically knowledgeable, you should be able to match him with an MBA graduate that still doesn´t have a clear idea of what kind of venture he´d like to set up.
Congrats Ouriel, I think your promotion strategy will be extremely fruitful.

SoundGuy

Hey Ouriel !

Great lecture !

I've always had diffculty grapsing the meaning of Web 2.0, but after your lecture it became very clear to me : it doesn't mean a thing.
I've had great fun at the lecture, learned a lot, and hope to meet you again in the future.

Oded Sharon
http://www.odedsharon.com

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