UPDATED: Seattle Demo Day Presenters Announced

UPDATE: Watch UStream video of the 2011 Seattle Hacks/Hackers demo beginning at 6:3o p.m. on Tuesday, March 29, 2011.

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Thanks to everyone who submitted entries for our first demo event! We received far more applications than we could accommodate for this first round. The bad news: We couldn’t possibly fit all of your presentation pitches into one event. The good news: We’re already thinking of new ways to feature innovative projects, products and ideas in the coming months! We’re still nailing down a concept but the next event may focus on news and gaming.

For those of you who scored tickets to this Tuesday’s demo at Tableau Software, here’s a  complete list of the presenters:

Tableau Software, Ellie Fields
“A New Way of Visualizing Data Online: Tableau Public,” a free software product that journalists and bloggers can use to create and publish interactive data visualizations. Fields will look at Washington State Census data and use Tableau’s built-in geocoding to map it, put it in a dashboard and publish the visualization online. All in less than 5 minutes flat, no programming needed.

Intersect, Monica Guzman
“Curation in Real Time and Beyond,”
a demo of Intersect, a social platform where people connect through experiences they chart in time and place. Learn how how journalists can tap into the platform’s context-adding features to curate rich stories from the experiences of a community–past and present.

Journalism That Matters, Brian Glanz
“Building An Online Unconference For Journalism,” an open source publishing network with a social layer.

The Seattle Times
, Heidi de Laubenfels
“Niche Sports Apps for iPhone,” a look at development options, business models and user behavior lessons for The Times’ pay-to-use Husky football app.

Microsoft FUSE labs, Sameer Halai
“myMontage.com,” a flexible web-based service that makes it fun and easy to create and share a visual album of the web on the topics you care about. You can design your Montage around any topic you can imagine by adding content that pulls information from a variety of sources, including RSS feeds, Twitter, Bing News, and YouTube.

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Ellie Fields of Tableau Software and Sharon Chan, Hacks/Hackers Seattle co-organizer, check out the Demo 2011 presentation space.

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