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Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

Photos below of Joe Trippi, shot of the panel I was on, shot of the audience from my POV at the panel, Lindsay Hamilton from Rep. Isreal’s office, and the books of two of our advisory board members, Trippi and Andrea Batista Schlesinger.

Trippi

Panel shot

Audience shot

Lindsay Hamilton

Books

For a pic of me with Rep. Steve Israel and Steve Grove of YouTube, check out this post.

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