Pics from last week: Omaha 10-10-10, Big O! Show, TEDxOmaha & more

Part of the Omaha Silicon Prairie News team – Jeff, Dusty and I – made the rounds last week to three events in Omaha. Kicking off Monday morning with Omaha 10-10-10 and then closing it out on Saturday with TEDxOmaha. Learn about the events in our “Out & About” post and check out the pictures below to see some familiar faces. (Left, John Hobbs and Kevin Berry of Confurrent at the Buy the Big O! Show.)

Part of the Omaha Silicon Prairie News team – Jeff, Dusty and I – made the rounds last week to three events in Omaha. Kicking off Monday morning with Omaha 10-10-10 and then closing it out on Saturday with TEDxOmaha. Learn about the events in our “Out & About” post and check out the pictures below to see some familiar faces.

Monday, October 11 – Omaha 10-10-10

Website: omaha10.com

Opening panel: “Social Media, the First Amendment and the University: Communication, Information,Technology, Art & Education.” From left to right: Gary Kebbel of University of Nebraska–LincolnKyu Ho Youm, PhD of University of Oregon, David Helm, PhD of University of Nebraska at Omaha, Carol Zuegner, PhD of Creighton University, Ralph Hanson, PhD of University of Nebraska Kearney, and Jeremy Lipschultz, PhD of University of Nebraska at Omaha. Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Jeff and Dusty of Silicon Prairie News present “Social Media & Business: Big Omaha Progress Report.” (Dusty appears to be getting some shut eye on stage. Dusty, wake up!) Photo by Danny Schreiber.

“Putting the Social in Social Media & Free Expression” panel. From left to right: Abby Jordan of eCreamery, Megan Hunt, a.k.a. Princess Lasertron, Josefina Loza of Omaha World-Herald, and Wendy Townley of Nerdy Thirty. Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Monday, October 11 – 500 Posts

On Monday, I hit a post milestone by publishing my 500th post. My parents, brother and sister sent me over a couple boxes of cupcakes to celebrate (thanks guys!). Photo by Dusty Davidson.

Wednesday, October 12 – Buy the Big O! Show

Website: buythebigoshow.com

For the first year, Buy the Big O! Show had an “Entrepreneur Zone” thanks to sponsor Scott Technology Center & Scott Data Center. Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Tom Chapman of the Omaha Chamber poses with Analog the Prairie Dog, the Silicon Prairie News mascot, in front of the Silicon Prairie News booth. Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Confurrent team members John Hobbs and Kevin Berry. Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Nick Hudson of the Halo Institute. Photo by Danny Schreiber.

CAMP Coworking tenant Kristin DeKay alongside CAMP owner Megan Hunt. Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Far left, Joe Olsen of Phenomblue speaks with Ken Moreano of the Scott Technology Center. Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Hayneedle team members Kathleen Skillstad, Melanie Claver, and Derek Loewe. Photo by Danny Schreiber.

eCreamery‘s Jen Liebsack. Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Thursday, October 14 – The Business Casual Analog

Sometimes our mascot, Analog the Prairie Dog, sports a business casual look. (Not sure how he can see when he does this.) Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Saturday, October 16 – TEDxOmaha

Website: tedxomaha.com

Tom Trenolone, AIA of HDR kicks offf the day with his presentation, “Just Off Center: The Creative Culture of Flyover Country.” Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Attendees grab beverages and snacks just outside the TEDxOmaha presentation venue at the Durham Museum. Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Julian Adair of Adair Dance Academy presents “Surprise Symphony.” Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Following Adair’s talk, dancers from the Adair Dance Academy performed. Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Jack Phillips of the New Tree School presents “Planting Trees with Soul.” Photo by Danny Schreiber.

Lamarr Womble of Passion for Leadership presents “Define Your Passion at Hyper Speed.” Photo by Danny Schreiber.

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