The good folks at IdÃ©e would like you to play in their Visual Search Lab. We would like you to find the coolest visual search result (in close to 3 million images) and send it to us. The best 5 entries win an ipod shuffle. I know that you probably can’t use another ipod shuffle, but I am sure you know tons of people who would, so send this email to them! Kick our servers tires and let us know what you think as usual.
Help out Leila and kick the tires on the application she first demoed at one of the DemoCamps.
Mark Arteaga from OpenNETCF has also agreed to provide sponsorship. OpenNETCF has built a set of open source tools for developers on the .Net platform. They look like a great bunch of guys, doing something really interesting on the Windows platform.
Additionally I had a great conversation about planning and set up for the event. I hadn’t realized based on my earlier discussions that the Toronto Board of Trade was covering the costs of the space. This is really fantastic. I have the privilege of meeting some of the BOT executives, they are really working to revamp their community efforts and this is a great first step.