Thanks for all the good memories on the Second Annual GiveGetWin Tour -- we wrapped last night in Miami. What a fantastic city for a last Tour date, it's so beautiful here... we're going to get hit the beach as a team before everyone goes their separate ways.
And now, I'm pleased to announce that...
The third annual GiveGetWin Tour will kick off in October in Monterrey, Mexico and then head to Mexico City, and be USA-based after that.
Huge thanks and respect to Kai Zau and Chiara Cokieng for their great work, and thanks to all our hosts, speakers, collaborators, and administrators this year. We'll get more photos and thank-you pages up in the next couple weeks.
Carlos Miceli is joining next year's Tour as Audience Director, and we're going to be starting the planning cycle in early May. If you'd like your university/club/organization to have us next year, please send an email to me at email@example.com -- I'm taking a one-week vacation and I'll be getting back to my email in a week, but definitely jump into the process early if you'd like us to come by.
Thanks for the memories! See you next time...
The Third Annual Gotta Be Good Tour is going to be across the USA for all of October.
The first date is Austin, Texas on October 2nd.
Zach Obront, Taylor Pearson, Carlos Miceli, Marian Zizzo, and myself are speaking -- it's going to be a blast.
I'm in Austin, ostensibly for SXSW, but in reality I've spent most of my time at my friend's house, or at Casa, plugging away at my YC demo. The deadline is this Sunday and there's a lot to be done before I'll feel confident submitting.
So that's why I haven't posted yet this week. I intended to post a video of the talk Jason and I gave, but my camera ran out of batteries early into the talk, so I have no video.
My brother, who I wrote about last year, has been in Afghanistan. He's a soldier in the army. Besides shooting with his gun, he's also been shooting with a camera he brought with him. He posts photos to Facebook on a regular basis, and some of those photos have been really fascinating to look at. With his permission, I've reposted some of them here for you to see: