Getting to know the GigaOm team

Just got back from a great visit to San Francisco (that’s it in the embedded photo), where I spent a few days with the rest of the GigaOm family in their funky loft-type office near Mission and Howard in downtown SF (just across the alley from CNET’s offices). I wish I had had more time, since it was nice to walk around without a winter coat — although all the native San Franciscoans were wearing big furry jackets and wool hats.

Pretty much everyone from the various GigaOm network blogs was there for the meeting, as well as the business side of the network. It was great to meet everyone and to get to know the different teams, including Stacey Higginbotham and Liz Gannes (GigaOm), Ryan Lawler, Janko Roettgers and Liz Shannon Miller (NewTeeVee), James Kendrick and Kevin Tofel (JKontheRun), Katie Fehrenbacher and Josie Garthwaite (Earth2Tech), Simon Mackie (Web Worker Daily) and Josh Pigford (The Apple Blog).

We had some presentations about the events of the past year, and some looking forward and goal setting, along with some great meals and a few drinks to boot. And people only made fun of my Canadian accent a few times, which was nice 🙂 Thanks to editor-in-chief Sebastian Rupley and managing editor Carolyn Pritchard (also Canadian) for all their help in getting used to how things work, as well as CEO Paul Walborsky — and of course my thanks to Om for bringing me on to the team.

12 thoughts on “Getting to know the GigaOm team

  1. nice info regarding gigaom networking blog. nice people to work with though. I do have certain minor reservations but they are nothing compared to their services.

  2. Beautiful shot of the city. I have read Earth2Tech for maybe 3 years and enjoyed every minute of. Just really well written. I might try out the rest of the sites now, but I don't think they will be as well written.

  3. Thanks a lot for telling us about the giga om, I really like the way you presented the introduction. Thanks for it, its a nice post.

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  4. yes, blog really very interesting!
    I have a dream to visite this beautiful San Francisco and when i look on this picture….
    very good feelings!!! 🙂

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