GigaOM on the road: Destination Tel-Aviv

15 thoughts on “GigaOM on the road: Destination Tel-Aviv”

  1. Happy Vacation Mr. Malik!

    I personally, travelled to Israel twice.. And, I totally agree with you.

    Israel for its technological advancement, warmth and at the center of several conflicts in the region..

  2. hey, have a great time! been there several times, and lived there briefly many years ago..

    at any rate, while you’re there – if you wanna get the pulse of web 2.0 in israel – please ping yael elish, founder of (and netsnippets software)…she’s sooo cool, met her a few times….

    if you’d like some contact info for her, please ping me (dcarpe / gmail) and i’ll shoot a note to both of you to move the intro quickly to time with your visit…

    personally, i’d love to see a roundup of cool stuff going on there, not just esnips, but other work (crypto, video, etc)

  3. Have a blast in Israel! I was there many, many moons ago. Thought the place was beautiful, plus for the linguist impaired such as myself – after all the other countries in Europe – I liked that English is spoken! Communication was very easy. 🙂


  4. I’m glad you’re coming over. I’ll be at the conference, and I hope that I’ll be able to attend one of your sessions.
    And, like another said, I’d be also glad to share wining and dining recommendations.

  5. Shalom, Om!
    I love your blog.
    I’m happy to hear you’re visiting Israel. Lucky you just missed a helluva heatwave. Sorry I won’t be at the conference to meet you in person. Too bad that you didn’t announce your visit earlier – I would have loved to coordinate meet-up with you.
    Enjoy your stay…and Goldstar is a tastier beer than Maccabee! 🙂

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