DEMO 08 Conference Unveils 77 Never-Before-Seen Innovations; Program Focuses on Online Video Content, the Social Web, Innovative Tech Support, Flexible Business Software, African Ingenuity, and More.

PALM DESERT, CA – JANUARY 30, 2008 – The DEMO 08 conference wrapped this evening following a packed day of live stage demonstrations and intense pavilion sessions where demonstrators showed off their products one- on-one to conference attendees. DEMO, known to launch the best new digital technologies, is a forum for entrepreneurs to impact early adopters, secure funding, attract merger and acquisition targets, and network with the technology industry's elite. Produced by Network World Events and Executive Forums and hosted by emerging technology analyst Chris Shipley, DEMO is the industry's must-attend conference.

"In the past few months, I have met with more than 300 companies from five continents representing a tremendous range of markets, technologies, and entrepreneurial energy," said Shipley. "The 77 demonstrators that have launched here at DEMO 08 represent the very best technologies, products, and services coming to market today."

Today's introductions included technologies designed for:

— creating, distributing, and viewing video content online;

— making the Web a more interactive place;

— managing and measuring video advertisements

— maintaining computer health through sophisticated tech support;

— retrofitting the Web's infrastructure for today's onslaught of rich

media applications; and

— fine-tuning and pinpointing search results.

Highlights from today's technology introductions include:

Creating and Consuming Video Content Online

— xtranormal, Inc.'s Pjungle — template-based application that allows

users to create near-life, character-based, online messaging,

communications and storytelling.

— Capzles, Inc.'s Capzles — an engaging and attractive 'social

storytelling' community that allows users to express themselves through

combined videos, photos/images, blogs and music/audio along horizontal

timelines.

The Social Web

— Hubdub, Ltd.'s Hubdub News — allows users to discover and measure

opinions in the mass market by tracking running news stories over

time.

— Buzka, Pty Ltd.'s Buzka POPNets — helps customers build social

networks focused on finding and sharing product related information and

experiences.

— Redux, Inc.'s Redux — a social network that helps young professionals

get settled in new communities, find people with similar likes, and

identify activities that appeal to their interests.

Tools to Manage and Measure Online Video Advertising

— Liquidus Corp.'s Liquidus SpotSense — an online interface for

producing and distributing video advertising faster, better, and

cheaper than existing offerings.

— TubeMogul, Inc.'s Premium Distribution & Analytics — allows producers

and content owners to upload videos once and automatically deploy them

to top video sharing sites, delivering measurements about viewings and

impact.

— Visible Measures Corp.'s VisiblePlatform — provides unprecedented

visibility into online video audiences and how they engage —

or don't — with content assets, Web-based distribution, and

advertising placements.

Service and Tech Support

— Pathworks Software Corp.'s Helpstream — the first Web-based,

on-demand, self-service customer support and help desk solution built

for enterprise customers.