Did you miss some of our NY Disrupt conference this week? Or want to watch it again? TechCrunch Disrupt and our Hackathon provided more than 30 hours of demos, interviews, panel discussions, and Battlefield competition. Sure, you can spend the holiday weekend watching all of it. But, we’ve also put together daily video highlights that we will be publishing in a trio of posts today.
The player below shows some of the favorite moments from Monday, Day 1 of the conference, including some surprises from VC Fred Wilson, Fab.com and Tumblr. Monday’s Battlefield presentations included the first public preview from the Disrupt Cup winner and runner-up.
For more context, here are some of the posts from Monday:
- Google Hasn’t Been Interested In Buying Twitter Since They Committed Themselves To Google+” -Fred Wilson
- Fab.com Has 4.5M Members, CEO Wants To Work With Pinterest (But Doesn’t Actually Use It)
- Fab Seeking To Raise $100M At A Super Fab Valuation
- David Karp: Tumblr’s Revenue Model Is All About Telling Stories
- CrunchFund Took A Stake In Tumblr, Buying From Existing Investors
- TechStars’ Tisch: We Will See 2-3 NYC Startups Exit This Year Out Of 20-30 Strong Possibles
- Brad Garlinghouse’s Suggestion For Saving Yahoo? Buy Flipboard And Gravity
- Andrew Keen Weighs In On Privacy: “The Internet Hasn’t Learned How To Forget”
- SpokenLayer Wants To Add Voice To The Web
- Cyfeon Solutions Launches Answer Factory, A Database Tool That Aims To Collate The Web
- A Stroll Down Startup Alley: Bras, Coffee, And Lots Of Photo/Video Sharing
- After Walking Away From Acquisition Talks With Facebook, Ark Opens Its People Search Engine
- Koemei Is Out To Transcribe All Video And Make It Searchable
- Incident Launches The gTar at Disrupt, An iPhone-Powered Electronic Teaching Guitar
- UberConference Aims To Fix Crappy Conference Calls
- K3 Server Is Making Enterprise Application Integrations More Efficient, Reduces Work By Half
- CallApp Uses Social Data To Build A Smarter Smartphone Contact Book
- Open Garden Lets You Crowdsource Your Mobile Connectivity
- KurbKarma: A Social Network, And App, To Find Parking Where And When You Need It
- Punch! Launches A Platform For Building Interactive iPad Apps, Sans Developers
- StyleSaint Wants To Turn Virtual Fashion Tear Sheets Into Custom Apparel
- Stevie Turns Your Social Feeds Into TV Shows
- Tagbrand Gives Fashionistas An App To Check-In Their Brands
- Babelverse Is Out To Democratize Translation
All our Hackathon videos from Sunday can be found here.
Can’t get that Disrupt music out of your head? You can listen to and download the tracks below:
Our music was provided by New Zealand-based Smith and Keats.
You can find hundreds of photos from the event at the TechCrunch Flickr Photostream.