Dave Whittle's Keynote - APCUG 2011 (Cleveland)

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  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to share what we’re doing at CoolHotNot.Let me start by pointing out that we’re a new type of business that provides value directly to almost anyone with Internet access. We fall into a new category of web site called “Web 2.0,” which means that our web site supports an interactive community of users and facilitates the sharing of user-generated content which dramatically increases in value as more people share there.Other Web 2.0 sites include Facebook, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, Craigslist, YouTube, Twitter, Groupon, and dozens of other young companies each worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. The reason Silicon Valley venture capitalists are actively seeking out Web 2.0 startups like ours is because the profit potential is so incredibly high, and the risks are so relatively low. Web 2.0 startups don’t need any money at all for inventory, stores, plants, manufacturing equipment, or warranty support; and have dramatically low requirements for receivables, R&D, a sales force, advertising, product support, equipment, and even office space. Almost any well-executed site can become profitable, because the fixed costs are so relatively low and the revenue potential so closely parallels traffic growth. In short, we’re a savvy businessman’s dream business.Let’s now focus more specifically on CoolHotNot.
  • Dave Whittle's Keynote - APCUG 2011 (Cleveland)

    1. 1. Lessons Learned During My <br />32-year Technology Joyride<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />®<br />Dave Whittle | dave@coolhotnot.com | 801-489-0605<br />
    2. 2. Wearing Different Hats<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />Marketing / Promoter<br />Founder / CEO<br />Consultant<br />Technology <br /> Expert<br />Presenter /<br />Speaker / User <br />Group Member<br />
    3. 3. What Makes <br />User Groups Thrive?<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br /> Understanding members & their needs (Strong Leadership & Marketing)<br /> Helping members discover cool new possibilities with technology<br /> A strong social component<br />Giveaways & raffles (Free Stuff)<br />User Group Presenter,<br />Vendor Rep, & Member<br />
    4. 4. How to Kill A User Group<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br /> Look out for #1; adopt a self-centered, combative culture amongst leaders<br />Don’t play favorites; withhold your judgment about products & technology <br />Make sure your meetings are formal<br />Keep it professional - no giveaways<br />User Group Presenter,<br />Vendor Rep, & Member<br />
    5. 5. Recommended: Enhance the “Group” in Users Groups<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />Focus on user needs that are best met by a group, e.g.<br /><ul><li>Group discounts & product advice
    6. 6. Positive social experiences
    7. 7. Mutual support
    8. 8. Entertainment & laughter
    9. 9. Raffles & giveaways
    10. 10. Vendor relations</li></ul>User Group Presenter,<br />Vendor Rep, & Member<br />
    11. 11. Trends With Major<br />Impact on Users Groups<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br /> Users groups influence over tech product sales has been replaced by the influence of web sites<br /> Vendor marketing spending moving online<br />Societal transformation (Bowling Alone)<br />Consultant<br />
    12. 12. User Group Vs. Web-Influenced Retail Sales<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />Consultant<br />
    13. 13. U.S. Online-Influenced Retail Sales<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />Consultant<br />Users Groups Have Become Irrelevant<br />
    14. 14. Vendor Marketing Spending<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />Consultant<br />
    15. 15. Challenges Facing<br />Users Group Members<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br /> Picking right products is difficult at best<br /> Times Have Changed:<br /> Need for useful information <br /> Is Now Information Overload<br />Technology <br /> Expert<br />
    16. 16. Traps Galore When Picking Products<br />Too New<br />Slick Ads<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />Need to provide technology product guidance<br />Misleading Features & Specs<br />Biased Reviews & Ratings<br />Technology <br /> Expert<br />Bad Advice<br />
    17. 17. Information <br />Overload<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />How many users want to learn more geeky stuff at a User Group meeting?<br />Technology <br /> Expert<br />
    18. 18. CoolHotNot<br />to the Rescue<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />Founder / CEO<br />
    19. 19. World’s Foremost <br />Team of Tech Experts<br />John C. Dvorak<br />Robin Raskin<br />Chris Pirillo<br />Cheryl Currid<br />Dave Whittle<br />Steve Bass<br />Dave Graveline<br />Jim Louderback<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />Founder / CEO<br />Consumer electronics media superstars<br />
    20. 20. Why CoolHotNot Will <br />Yield Superior Guidance<br />Comprehensive Product Information<br />Simplification (Less Is More)<br />Aggregation of Reviews/Ratings/ Rankings<br />Network Effects<br />Credibility & Trust Measures<br />Social Experience / Gamification<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />High<br />Founder / CEO<br />Low<br />
    21. 21. CoolHotNot& Users Groups – A True Win/Win<br />CoolHotNotprovides tech product guidance you can trust<br /> There is tremendous synergy between CoolHotNot and Users Groups<br />CoolHotNot can be a resource for users group officers and members<br /> Let’s work together to serve your members<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />Founder / CEO<br />
    22. 22. Examples of What I’m Talking About<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />You provide traffic; we provide benefits for your members<br /> We’ll negotiate discounts with a wide variety of vendors with great products and make them available to users groups<br />We help you gain users trust and make authoritative recommendations, e.g.<br />Marketing / Promoter<br />
    23. 23. Awesome Personal Speaker<br /><ul><li>Pocket-Sized
    24. 24. Unbelievable sound for its size
    25. 25. Wireless convenience</li></li></ul><li>Best General-Purpose Laptop<br />Edge 420s<br />Model #4401-28U<br /><ul><li>Quality Engineering
    26. 26. Outstanding value
    27. 27. Easy ThinkVantage Tools</li></li></ul><li>Best Photo / Video / Multimedia Software<br /><ul><li>Incredibly easy
    28. 28. Makes great-looking DVD slideshows
    29. 29. Incredibly inexpensive</li></li></ul><li>Questions?<br />www.apcug.net<br />www.CoolHotNot.com<br />Marketing / Promoter<br />Founder / CEO<br />Consultant<br />Technology <br /> Expert<br />Presenter /<br />Speaker / User <br />Group Member<br />

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