March 3, 2009
Citrix Online has demonstrated its new GoView service, which can be used to record, edit and share the computer screen complete with audio, at this year’s DEMO conference.
Screen casting isn’t a particularly new idea now, and there are other online services that will help you to create one, but this software comes with the backing of a pretty heavyweight company. read more
Tags: citrix, Demo, goview, presentation, Screencasting, services, Software
August 18, 2008
The New York Times, in an article penned by Brad Stone, takes an in-depth look at the rivalry between the DEMO Conference and the new upstart TechCrunch50 conference:
Demo, a 17-year-old conference franchise owned by the technology publisher IDG, has served as the springboard for hit products like the Palm Pilot and the TiVo digital video recorder. In San Diego during the second week of September, 70 start-ups will pay $18,500 each to make a six-minute presentation to a crowd of investors, journalists and others.
To Michael Arrington, the elbow-throwing, supercilious founder of the popular Silicon Valley blog TechCrunch, Demo’s business model amounts to “payola.”
Tags: Brad Stone, Chris Shipley, Demo, Michael Arrington, New York Times, TechCrunch, TechCrunch50