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Melvin Goldfarb, President of the Computer Speak Association of America

This morning I received the following email:

Hi David,
I’m writing from buzzd (www.buzzd.com), the NYC based, award-winning consumer app that tracks activity across social media networks (i.e twitter, foursquare, etc.) to show the most popular places in your city.  We’re about to launch a B2B tool to help venues analyze activity across the many social networks for their own venues so that they can effectively reach out to users over Twitter.  Right now we’re in the beta phase and thought Chelsea Girl Vintage would be a good choice to be in our program to get some feedback during a free beta-test trial before our national release.
I would love to discuss more, so please let me know when would be a good time to briefly talk over the phone so we can go more in-depth into how we can work together.
Cheers,
Scott
I responded:
Dear Scott,
Unfortunately we are currently post-Beta, and are only seeking meta networking with a true p2p bias.  As you may know, we have a dedicated above-board flash interface with an html on the network.  This has worked well for us.   We appreciate your interfacing with our blogspot.
Smiles and pixels,
Melvin Goldfarb
President of the Computer Speak Association of America

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