New Twitter Tool for the Holidays- TwitterPeek Mobile Tweeting Device

Hat tip to my friend Stephanie Terroir (missgoogle) for pointing out this little device.
The TwitterPeek- Mobile Tweeting Device with Lifetime Service Included -$199.95

So interesting that this device is coming out. I live in a land of smart phones and carrying another device to use twitter seems a little much. BUT as they write in the marketing blurb below. Some folks don’t “get” twitter yet and with all the hype I think this device might really work. I could see handing them out at events maybe to have everyone on the same page tweet wise. Or to your sales team and everyone follows each other for easy communications?

Love to see what you think? Good idea?

Technical Details
* Unlimited tweeting anywhere, anytime
* No contracts, no credit checks, no activation fees ¿ ever!
* Large, full-color screen and full keyboard
* Long battery life of 4-5 days. Fully recharges in under 2 hours
* Usable throughout the U.S. with full nationwide coverage
Marketing stuff–

Twitter: Everybody’s Doing It

It seems like everyone and their mother is on Twitter these days. Twitter has become a new way for people to communicate and share ideas. It’s dramatically different from email, phone or texting.

If you don’t already “get” Twitter, it’s about sharing and discovering interesting stories as they happen. With access to Twitter on-the-go, you can participate (or just listen in on) real life conversations that are happening all around the world and close to home.

You might follow the New York Times for breaking news. Lance Armstrong might invite you along on his bike ride through Hamburg. Oprah might let you in on the latest book she’s reading. Or, better yet, you might discover the coffee shop around the corner is offering free scones until 11 am for all tweeters.

You’ll discover an infinite world of conversation with the nifty, pocket-sized TwitterPeek.

Venue Selection Ideas- Claremont Resort & Spa Berkeley, California

Mike McAllen armed with a flip cam and a flickr.com account heads into the Claremont Resort & Spa in Berkeley California on the first of MeetingsPodcast venue search/venue selection series. Mike will be covering the San Francisco Bay Area.

Meetings Podcast welcomes short videos of venues in your area to be included on the MeetingsPodcast site. If you do a video with us pleas geotag the video which will help planners if they are venue selecting. Email Meetingspodcast@gmail.com

Here is another video I saw on Youtube which has a tad better production value than ours…. (not done with a flipcam)

Hat tip to Dynasty Video Productions

Interview with Sasha Souza of Sasha Souza Events

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The Meeting Planners podcast source for what’s new and exciting in meetings and events industry!

Mike McAllen of Grass Shack Events & Media interviews Sasha Souza of Sasha Souza Events
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Inspiration

Inspiration- Imagine having this guy walk out on your stage……
Hat tip to Brett Bumeter for the link.

10 Predictions

So as the nerd geeky world of social media enters mainstream how do you think twitter and social media will effect the events and meetings space.  Though Loic talks funny in this video he says some things that planners should be thinking about.  Using the online communities to enhance live events and meetings. ( examples pathable social collective,crowd vine) , Also how transparency and tools actually help your brand.  What social media tools do you expect to become a normal occurrence when producing events and meetings? (ustream, twitter, facebook)


 10 Predictions