We’ve just returned from a wonderful day at TWS 2008, a hi tech conference that took place in Tel Aviv, Israel. Ten Web 2.0 start ups were chosen from hundreds to present their pitches to the diverse audience, including yours truly (the other nine are summed up over at Mashable, CenterNetworks, Blonde2.0, and VC Cafe).
We made a 5-minute presentation based around the ever-crucial question: Is the wrapper of Trident gum chewable?, which included handing out many many pieces of the stuff to the audience for some real, live social knowledge sharing.
The rest of the day was spent sharing the wonder and beauty that is WikiAnswers: A Q&A website that is based on the wiki format, where anyone can edit questions or answers to create – oh, sorry, there I go with the pitch again.
Here are some of the day’s highlights:
The booth: where all the magic happens.
The pitch: It’s pretty easy with such an awesome site.
This is the face of a person who has chewed too much Trident gum before doing a presentation which includes… Trident gum.
A conversation about WikiAnswers.
The name of the game.
Nothing like a bit of chocolate goo at a conference!
A big thank you to the judges of TWS 2008 for including WikiAnswers among ten of the finest start ups around!