Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Kodak K-Zone at CES

Kodak will be at the Consumer Electronic Show 2010. And wants some SIMPLE bloggers to take part of the Kodak K-Zone at CES ! They have five different discussions planned and a fun lists of panelists... executives, actresses and yes, even a fellow blogger:)

You can participate in all the discussion fun a couple different ways:) First, you can view the live streaming and recorded videos, or more information, visit http://www.blogger.com/www.kodak.com/go/ces. You can also join the discussion by submitting questions to the panelists via Twitter and using the hashtag #kzone. Or read the recaps that will be provided after the discussions that will highlight the tips shared.

Here are the discussions you can join in on:)

The New CMO: Chief Memory Officer (Thursday, January 7, at 11:00 p.m. PST)
A look at today’s CMO’s and how they create, share and relive moments in their lives.

Speakers include: Tina Sharkey (Chairman and Global President, Baby Center), Jill Zarin (The Real Housewives of NYC), and Jen Drexler (Director of Brand Insights, Just Ask A Woman)

It’s All About KISS (Thursday, January 7 at 12:00 p.m. PST)
And we’re not talking about the rock band. Hear from leading women in technology about why simpler is better in today’s fast-paced world.

Speakers include: Linda Tischler (Senior Writer, FastCompany), Tina Sharkey (Chairman and Global President, Baby Center), Pam Sherman (author and public speaker known as The Suburban Outlaw), and Jen Drexler (Director of Brand Insights, Just Ask a Woman)

The M-Suite (Friday, January 8 at 3:00 p.m. PST)
How momtreprenuers and stay at home moms are building successful businesses.

Speakers include: Amanda Robinson (NaturalMommies.com), Sharon Napier (founder, Partners & Napier), Susan Tousi (Kodak), Soleil Moon Frye (actress), and Stacie Haight Connerty (blogger, Thedivinemissmommy.com)

Help, My Mom Friended Me on Facebook (Friday, January 8 at 11:00 a.m. PST)
Kids eight and under will never know what life was like before Google. Learn how technology is changing their lives – and their parent’s lives in the process.

Speakers include: Pam Sherman (author and public speaker known as The Suburban Outlaw), Susan Getgood (Blogwithintegrity.com), Jill Zarin (the Real Housewives of NYC), Linda Sawyer (CEO of Deutch), Christy Matte (editor of the Family Computing Guide, About.com)

Father Knows Best (Friday, January 8 at 5:00 p.m. PST)
It’s time to hear from the dads! Hear from these tech savvy dads on how they use technology with their kids, and the lessons learned.

Speakers include: Michael Ferrara (TechnoDad), Jeff Hayzlett (CMO, Kodak), Fred Fishkin (technology reporter, Bloomberg Radio), Jackson Lynch (WIRED)

WIN Your Own!! Kodak has a fun giveaway contest for those SIMPLE participants... they are giving away a KODAK D830 Digital Frame!!! Very cool!!

To enter, participate in one of the online discussions (or read one of the recaps) and then leave a fun fact/idea you learned from the discussion as a comment!

Extra comments:

    *Blog about this opportunity and giveaway linking back to this post
    *Leave a tip in the comments for each discussion you participate or read
    *Tweet this giveaway
    *Become a follower of SIMPLE
    *Become a Facebook fan of SIMPLE


Winner will be randomly chosen January 15th!!!


kellysignature*I was contacted about sharing this information. I have been offered a Kodak D830 Digital Picture Frame for my participation!

144 comments:

  1. It's all about KISS is the program that interests me. I'm looking to simplify my life and clear out some stress in 2010.

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  2. It's All About KISS just inspires me no end. I have tried and succeeded in paring down my life over the years. It is so refreshing to see the philosophy I ascribe to becoming so mainstream and in the forefront. I learned that simpler is better from the KISS forum panel, especially due to the constant 24/7 connectiveness of people today via the Intenet, Blackberry, Iphones, etc. It's crucial to pare down and have some quiet time, and not always be tuned in to something.


    cdziuba@aol.com My email is easily seen in my profile



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  3. http://twitter.com/cdziuba/status/7538903037 tweeted

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  4. Facebook fan of SIMPLE Carol P dziuba

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  5. I watched the recap of Help, My Mom Friended Me on Facebook. I found it very interesting because I have two sons ages 16 and 21. The 16 year old has a FB page and actually is one of my friends on FB. Since my kids are older, I just was not aware that you must be 13 or older to have a FB page. I was also unaware that there are sites specifically for younger kids.
    jedoggett@embarqmail.com

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  6. I follow via Google Friend Connect
    jedoggett@embarqmail.com

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  7. tweeted http://twitter.com/annedoggett/status/7543327383
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  8. KISS interested me the most, because I do need to simplify my entire life. We all get so wrapped into internet, texting, etc. We need to slow down and not be plugged in all the time.

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  9. Tweet!
    http://twitter.com/SCMOMOF2BOYS/status/7544365956

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  10. The New CMO: Chief Memory Officer..I watched this one. I laughed at the woman who spelled her kid's name wrong on the holiday picture because she was so sleep deprived.
    topgun34er@hotmail.com

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  11. Eliz. Id. is a fan on FB

    topgun34er@hotmail.com

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  12. I tweeted!
    http://twitter.com/Superfrugalette/status/7546034921

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  13. I blogged about you.

    http://superfrugalette.blogspot.com/2010/01/digital-picture-frames.html

    topgun34er@hotmail.com

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  14. The KISS program speaks to me on subconcious level. Every mother needs to shed her electronic shackles every once in a while and just enjoy being in the moment. That's what struck me about this program.
    gemitan at aol dot com

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  15. KISS reached out and touched me! I've been trying to simplify my life for a couple of years now; gosh its hard sometimes.

    My hubby and I have a cell phone, but I refuse to text or have email on it for fear of becoming more wrapped up in being able to be reached all of the time!

    ty

    nancyrobster@gmail.com
    (in Canada)

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    ty

    nancyrobster@gmail.com
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  17. Facebook Fan of Simple

    Anne Taylor or annectaylor1


    ty

    nancyrobster@gmail.com
    (in Canada)

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  18. With all stress in the world today I think KISS is def the program that interests me the most. :)

    katieandbobby10@yahoo.com

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  19. main entry: I found the topic "It’s All About KISS" to be of interest & true to fact. Many times I have had technoligy disapointments due to realizing you had no batteries for the camera or the button you pushed to record did not take and all moments were missed. would love to win this for my husbands 52nd birthday, he has wanted one for some time now but we could not afford it with todays slowing economy the money had to go to other financail uses and we would not buy one until we could afford the best only Kodak will do, so thanks for the chance.
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

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  20. my tip for the Kodak topic I viewd on the thread "Its all about the kiss" would be that I agree with the one lady guest who said she uses gmail as her email server to insure saving all important contact info incase your computer crashes, while i'm sure there are other pop 3 servers that have the same things to offer I know I use gmail for that very reason because everything you do is saved in format to recover incase you suddenly loose power of connection and we communicate now days with almost everything via email so its important to keep saved info on all those things.
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

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  21. I am a follower of SIMPLE on google friends connect as J.Cutshaw
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

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  22. I am a Facebook fan of SIMPLE as Julie Cutshaw and I posted a comment on your wall about this great Kodak giveaway thanks
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

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  23. HORTON111@AOL.COM ..... FATHER KNOWS BEST

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  24. my blog post link to your kodak giveaway thanks
    http://mamawjsmomentaway.blogspot.com/2010/01/win-kodak-d830-digital-frame.html
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

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  25. my tweeted link to this kodak giveaway thanks
    http://twitter.com/itsallnew2me/status/7557770947
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

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  26. It's all about KISS is the program that interests me too. Thank your for this information.

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  27. It's all about Kiss is interesting. I am trying to simplify my life and reduce stress.

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  28. Kiss! I try to make it my philosophy.

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  29. i will win ..give it to me baby!

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  30. I like the KISS one. I need to unplug from the computer and the phone more often and get down on the floor with the kids!

    melissamcnicol(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  31. I looked at the Help my Mom friended me on facebook..it's so interesting to see people's reactions to adding older people (specifically parents) on Facebook. I love having my mom on facebook; and being able to talk to her all the time.
    Amanda Barnes
    amandakbarnes90@gmail.com

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  32. KISS would best help me, make my life easier and more organized!
    Diane Baum
    esldiane@gmail.com

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  33. It`s cool!!!
    I want this for my kids)

    expropeller(at)gmail(dot)com

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  34. I would love to win...
    umabarzy@gmail.com

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  35. Penn and Teller were at the Kodak booth

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  36. It's All About KISS is a good reminder to keep it simple,
    especially due to the constant 24/7 connectivity available to people today via the Intenet, Blackberry, Iphones, etc. It's crucial have some quiet time and not always be tuned in to technology.

    txhottie_86 at yahoo dot com

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  37. I watched "Is this thing on"
    what a great idea for grandparents that really don't know how or want to know how to download photos. You can email directly to the frame and all the downloading is done for you
    copperllama at yahoo dot com

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  38. already a follower
    copperllama at yahoo dot com

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  39. already a facebook fan
    Jaime Payne
    copperllama at yahoo dot com

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  40. tweet
    http://twitter.com/Copperllama/status/7602133215
    copperllama at yahoo dot com

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  41. In the M-Suite, I learned that connecting with people through blogs is what helps most with the speaker's home-based businesses.

    sphinxcw at aol dot com

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  42. I'm a follower!

    sphinxcw at aol dot com

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  43. I watched the recap of It's all about KISS. This was really easy for me to grasp. I have a hard time with complicated technology. So for me, Simpler is better. I do need to de-stress my life. It seems like i am always in the "on" mode and really need to stop and slow down

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  44. I follow Simple on Google Friend Connect

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  45. tweeted http://twitter.com/ivansmom60/statuses/7616701879

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  46. I really think the Help My mom friended me program sounds really intereting. It's amazing the things our kids are learning aboutr on the computer, versus us not using computers at all in school, unless you were in yearbook or newspaper.

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  47. I watched the rerun of the KISS discussion at http://kzonelive.com/17.html . I liked the discussion of "Technology Betrayal". I think that we have all felt this way at least a dozen times!

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  48. Watched the Play Sport intro, and recording at 60fps (and then being able to slow it down to real-time) is a fantastic feature I didn't realize was available in consumer cameras! Must have!!!

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  49. Tweeted! http://twitter.com/IowaHell/status/7633132570

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  50. Google Friend Connect follower

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  51. KISS was interesting. Can't we all simplify?

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  52. Help, My Mom Friended Me on Facebook!

    Not only my mom, but tons of older relatives are now visiting mine and my husband's pages! I learned I have to balance the desire to reveal myself, with the need to be tactful...unless I want to hurt their feelings and de-friend them.
    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

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  53. tweeted

    http://twitter.com/itsallnew2me/status/7655231641
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

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  54. I like KISS, I need some simplification. Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  55. I watched "Is This Thing On?" and learned that the average age of a first-time grandparent in the US is 45-47 years old.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    proudyaya04 {at} yahoo {dot} com

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  56. Their All About KISS program sounds like what I need, simplification would be wonderful! Thank you!

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  57. I'd love to win and I tweeted http://twitter.com/Tina12312/status/7679088492

    thank you!

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  58. I'm a Fan on Facebook (ChristineFidance)

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  59. KISS is the program I've been needing. I have to learn to unplug for a bit so that I can do the things I need to do for me and the family. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

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  60. I liked the Help, My Mom Friended Me on Facebook. It's amazing how technology changes our communication nowadays. I liked the idea of choosing what information my family can see on my profile.

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  61. I did the It's all about kiss recap. I think the thing that hit cord with me is the woman that said that she used to blame herself for not being in the know about technology. Now she doesn't blame herself anymore and feels that technology companies need to concentrate more on real people and not the graduates of cal tech only.

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  62. daily tweet http://twitter.com/Tina12312/status/7710022384

    thank you!

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  63. Help, my mom is my facebook friend I found amusing.
    tmh29141 at hotmail dot com

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  64. I read the Help my mom friended me on Facebook. Very cute and informative. I am queenesperfect at yahoo.com

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  65. It's all about KISS program really interested me, because I really need to simplify my life.I like the whole simpler is better philosophy.

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  66. tweet

    http://twitter.com/terri142/status/7727128962

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  67. I follow your blog with google friend connect.

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  68. I am a facebook fan.(Theresa DeRosa)

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  69. I like the It's All About KISS. I am looking at this cluttered computer desk and emails and favorites that need erasing so I do need to keep it simple! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

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  70. Help, My Mom Friended Me on Facebook! LOL I had to watch this one because this was one of the first things I worried about when I started blogging and facebooking etc. I gave in and told her about it and some other family members know about it. Thus I love the tip/advice that you need to watch what you write because if you friend them you risk hurting feelings with what you write OR not friend them and hurt their feelings.. double edged sword

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  71. It's all about KISS hit home with me, I am always trying to figure out how to make like a bit simplier, less stress
    pkbailey@charter.net

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  72. Facebook Fan[Pat Kay Johnson Bailey]
    pkbailey@charter.net

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  73. I follow U on twitter[pkbailey01] & tweeted:

    http://twitter.com/pkbailey01/status/7734629695

    pkbailey@charter.net

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  74. I watched a re-run of It's All About Kiss, and I don't know if it really qualifies as a find fact, but I really agree with the woman who said that instead of trying to give us the technology that we want and need, some manufacturers seem to be more intent on showing off how far they can go with the technology. Which in the end isn't very helpful or satisfying for any of us.

    ewalsh40(at)gmail(dot)com

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  75. Following on Google Friends

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  76. Became a fan on Facebook under Erin Walsh

    ewalsh40(at)gmail(dot)com

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  77. I tweeted

    http://twitter.com/ewalsh1/status/7753237182

    ewalsh40(at)gmail(dot)com

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  78. daily tweet http://twitter.com/Tina12312/status/7753460074

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  79. I went thru the recap of It's All About Kiss. Frankly, everything in there seemed like either common sense or people whining. Not much useful info for me. I'd still like to win a photo frame though. Thanks for the contest!

    kanderspina at yahoo dot com

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  80. seems the sites been closed, can't get in to read further

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  81. I'm all about KISS. Life is to chaotic as it is. It's time to start getting rid of everything complicated. Starting right now, I'm going to starting keeping it simple.

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  82. oops...
    beautywelz at yahoo dot com

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  83. Loved the "CMO" Chief Memory officer - which I've been for the last 34 yrs. But don't make the mistake I made--get YOURSELF into some of those pics, too! My Daughter said recently "Gee, Mom - it looks like you never were @ ANYTHING while we were growing up!" (Well,guess who was always TAKING the pics?!?!?!).
    Great giveaway!

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  84. I'm a follower on 'Google Friend Connect" - hadn't been to your blog in awhile-I sure was missing out! Thanks for the great giveaway!!!

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  85. the KISS program sounds interesting

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  86. the kiss program...
    what a great giveaway


    jlac1130@yahoo.com

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  87. I watched the "In the Year 2025" video and read the recap of the "Help, My Mom Friended Me on Facebook" discussion on the Kodak site and found the discussion of the evolution of social networking sites really interesting, especially the possibility that each of will develop our own "personal network" rather than rely on sites like facebook and the panelists' pondering about the "next big thing" in social networking sites. Thanks!

    gkaufmanss@yahoo.com

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  88. I blogged: http://slavetoacademia.blogspot.com/2010/01/kodak-d830-digital-frame-giveaway-at.html

    gkaufmanss@yahoo.com

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  89. I tweeted: http://twitter.com/guettel78/status/7776974870

    gkaufmanss@yahoo.com

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  90. I'm a follower: guettel78

    gkaufmanss@yahoo.com

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  91. I became a facebook fan: Geoff K

    gkaufmanss@yahoo.com

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  92. I love the KISS discussion. I need to constantly remind myself to keep it simple so I don't get so stressed over every little thing. Thanks so much!! pamelashockley@netscape(DOT)net

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  93. I learned that kids have to be 13 to have a facebook profile while watching Help, My Mom Friended me on Facebook.
    ag1414@hotmail.com

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  94. I'm a facebook fan. angela gaffke

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  95. I tweeted: http://twitter.com/ag1414/status/7779245464

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  96. All about the Kiss kind of seems like common sense, Thank you-
    Diane Baum
    esldiane@gmail.com

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  97. i tried to go to the link but it says not found :(
    the It’s All About KISS panel sounds most interesting to me and is one i would watch maybe they could teach me to use some of these newer gadgets im not tech savvy :(

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  98. http://twitter.com/klp1965/status/7787198072

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  99. I got a page error, looks like the site is down. I like the idea of Father's participating though, and what better area to do so than technology?

    msurosey@yahoo.com

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  100. The M-Suite interests me because I'm intested in how women make money in their online businesses.

    s2s2(at)comcast(dot)net

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  101. I am interested in the M suite as I want to start my own business

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  102. Loved the kiss one. I truly believe also it's the simplest gestures that make the biggest impact!

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  103. I also received an error page. Then I tried directly through Kodak and still couldn't find the recaps:(

    I'm bummed because I would have enjoyed seeing/reading several of the casts.

    I am most interested in the My Mom friended me on facebook. Would really like to see the different thoughts on technology and kids.

    Hope I can still enter!

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  104. daily tweet http://twitter.com/Tina12312/status/7795140353

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  105. I've watched the videos from Kodaktube and I liked the discussion "It’s All About KISS" when they talk about "blaming" manufacturers for not researching enough about consumers' needs and real ways of life as opposed to blaming ourselves for our failure in dealing with new technologies.
    ana.celina.araujo

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  106. I am your follower!
    ana.celina.araujo at gmail dot com

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  107. I tweeted here:
    http://twitter.com/AcelinaA/statuses/7797047777
    ana.celina.araujo at gmail dot com

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  108. need to keep it simple in 2010 so I like the KISS program
    singermagic1(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  109. A good tip from "The New CMO: Chief Memory Officer" printing out "Kodak Gallery Books" with our best pictures instead of printing them all and having a thousand different albums to organize.
    ana.celina.araujo at gmail dot com

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  110. "Help, My Mom Friended Me on Facebook" was very interesting. I learned that Facebook's policy works with a minimum age of 13yo.
    They also talk about the lack of privacy in the digital world and how that's important to make children understand and be careful with.

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  111. In "The M-Suite" they talk about the wonderful help moms can find in the whole of mom's blogs, and how good it is to share things that way.
    They also talk about Twiiter's different uses in a family.
    ana.celina.araujo at gmail dot com

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  112. "Father Knows Best" mentions the interesting fact that entering the cyberworld, like joining Facebook and using Twitter, can bring fathers and children closer together, even being apart.
    ana.celina.araujo at gmail dot com

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  113. last day to tweet thanks for the chance
    http://twitter.com/itsallnew2me/status/7797882142
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

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  114. I found KISS the most interesting because it painted a picture of my life that I'm trying to change.

    :) Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! :)

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  115. it's all about kiss. seems to simplify things. cool.

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  116. I read You’ve Come a Long Way Baby.
    I learned that Kodak invented the first digital camera in 1975.

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  117. There was a woman who spelled her kid's name wrong on the holiday picture because she had so little sleep.. I am so her lately LOL. I forgot how old I was the other day.

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  118. I like the idea of KISS. I often long for more simplicity!

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  119. I'm following your blog in Google Friend Connect.

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  120. I learmed from Is This Thing On? that the average age of a first-time grandparent in the US is 45-47 years of age. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  121. KISS resonated with me; I took some steps to simplify my existence. I am trying desperately to eliminate the air-sucking minutae from my life. I've even begun to limit my computer time so that I don't go on for mindless hours puttering about. I screen my calls ...no more junk calls for me ... and I give myself an hour of quiet time in which I regroup every day.
    hickcrazy1(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  122. I learned from the M-Suite about the different uses in Twiiter in a family.

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  123. This is great for someone like me who can't decide what to put up so lives with nothing instead
    decodiscount@hotmail.com

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