These, in points, are the things that influenced me the most:

1- Kfir Pravda explaining in detail about how to organize Facebok, LinkedIn and the blog to your advantage as tools you work with, making me understand there are some more things I can learn on social media influence.

2- Maya Marom introducing the FireBug addon for Firefox making me understand css is B-shit when I want to redesign my blog.

3- Fire Uploader, that as a Firefox addon succeded in the task of uploading photos to my Flickr (though it’s GUI isnt ready yet) even though the original Flickr uploader API failed.

4- Microsoft’s Windows Live Writer which was also able to work even though we had the bandwidth limitation of a room full of live blogging bloggers, and get the job done for me when the browser failed.

5- Yosi Taguri for saying: “A woman who can write css, I need to shoot photo of her”, and making me laugh so much.

6- Gadi Shimshon for explaining to the room that “Paris Hilton is public domain”.

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