GigaOM on the road: Destination Tel-Aviv

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

  1. Plan on seeing you at the conference (Although there have been registration problems for your panels so only time will tell).

    If you need any wining or dining recommendations for your stay feel free to email me 🙂

  2. 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..

  3. 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 esnips.com (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)

  4. 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. 🙂

    Rex

  5. 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.

  6. 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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