Monthly Archives: July 2008
Jul 31 2008
Investing in Foreclosures Seminar Today

Blue Coast Brings You the Digs

What’s Happening in the Foreclosure Market Today

Join us today for a LIVE WEBINAR at 2:00 pm EST, 11:00 am PDT, 7:00 pm GMT to learn how short sales can shape your investment business and portfolios this year:

Investors making money in today’s real estate market have no doubt had to change the way they do business. So what are many people doing to make money now? It’s called the short sale: the sale of real property where the fair market sale price is less than the loan balance, and is negotiated directly with the lender.


It is estimated that by the year 2010, one in every 40 houses in North America will be short sale properties. Further, Housing Predictor has extended its foreclosure forecast into 2011 nearly doubling its original prediction (now estimated to be 3 million). The opportunity is here – now what?

Learn more about the pre-foreclosure, foreclosure, and short-sale process in today’s webinar, by clicking here:

Happy Investing,

The Blue Coast Team


Jul 31 2008
Gunnar Optics

Gunnar Optics for reducing stress on your eyes.

Jul 30 2008
Google Ad on Columbia Records Site

Did you guys catch this story.

Bruce with Hyperbot targeted a Google Adwords campaign to run only on Columbia Records site.

Jul 30 2008
OpenX Seminar in Pasadena

For those of you in the LA area/Pasadena.

UPDATED: OpenX seminar in Los Angeles, California
Tags: OpenX
by Anna Skorupa on July 22nd, 2008

We would like to invite everyone to join us for the next OpenX event which will take place on 14th of August (UPDATED: see below) in the Pasadena area of Los Angeles, California. It’s a free event open to anyone interested in finding out more about OpenX.

Based on the success of the last event in Germany, we’re going to choose the topics we cover based on the suggestions offered by people who register. This means you can ensure this event is useful for you!

If you’re based in or around LA we’d love to see you there.

Please register to attend for today!

We’ve moved this event to the 14th August to get the location we wanted at Caltech.

Jul 30 2008
SanFran MusicTech Summit

The next SanFran MusicTech Summit, which will
take place on Monday, October 20th, at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco.
🙂 More info can be found at

We plan to make this even better than the last Summit, which was even
better than the first phenomenal one, and we’ve got some tricks up our
sleeves to attempt to make this a reality. 🙂

The SanFran MusicTech Summit brings together the leading technologists,
musicians, entrepreneurs, reporters, investors, service providers, artist
organizations; many of the folks who are leading the way at the
convergence of culture and commerce. The Summit has been resonating well
both with the leaders of the music/internet/technology movement from the
San Francisco Bay Area who are tired of the effort and expense of flying a
small part of their teams to places such as Austin, Cannes, and Berlin,
who have been begging for a local event such as this so that the market
will come to them. :-), as well as the out of town influencers who are
thrilled to be able to meet the depth of Bay Area talent, all in one
place, in a location they love to visit. Since posting the event to
Facebook on Monday ,
close to 100 folks have already RSVP’d that they’re going to make it, and
we are thrilled at the ticket sales so far. 🙂 The earliest bird highly
discounted pricing ends next Friday.

Initial speakers include folks like Dave Allen Nemo Designs / Pampelmoose
Blog and Label / Ex-Gang of Four Bass Player, Bob Heyman – Mediasmith,
Chief Search Officer, Steve Jang – imeem, CMO & Head of Business
Development, Ethan Kaplan – Warner Bros Records, VP of Technology, Rachel
Masters – Ning, VP of Strategic Relationships, Jack Moffit – Speeqe, CEO /
Chesspark, CEO & Lead Developer / IceCast Streaming Media Server, Creator
/ Xiph Foundation, Co-Founder, Sean O’Connell – Music Allies, Founder &
CEO, Dave Ulmer – Motorola, Sr. Director Multimedia Products and Services,
Carnet William – Sprout, Co-Founder & CEO, Brian Zisk – SanFran MusicTech
Summit, Executive Producer / Future of Music Coalition, Technologies
Director, and we’ll be updating the site soon with many more panelists.

So what is the secret sauce? Besides the focus on San Francisco and a
fabulous venue, we go for the most interesting and influential folks in
the field who have a great overview on all sides of the issue, whom are
known to be open to new people and views, and who are straightforward and
willing to call bullshit when they see it, especially, if they are
involved in it. 😉 Our aim is to get panelists talking about what is
interesting to them, as that will always be of interest to the high level
folks in the audience, and then allow plenty of time structured to be
conducive for dealmaking and meeting friends, old and yet to have been
met. We’ll also be repeating our elevator pitch session, where a whole
bunch of interesting companies can let others know what they’re up to, as
long as it can be done in 60 seconds or less.

Great examples of the panels can now be found on the video player at , and more will be added shortly. If we
get a video sponsor for the next Summit, we’ll do this much more
professionally next time.

Any inquiries, comments, questions, feel free to ask, either here, or

All the best, and hope very much to see you there…

Brian Zisk

Jul 30 2008
Best Buy To Start selling music instruments

Probably long overdue, but now Best Buy is selling musical instruments.

From the low end to mid range, this is a good move for Best Buy. More of a natural progression considering the popularity of RockBand and Guitar Hero, why not sell the real instruments for serious musicians.

There are hundreds if not thousands of rehearsal studios(see this comprehensive rehearsal studio directory), some of which are either working on or are now offering RockBand and Guitar Hero events and competitions.

Guitar Center and Sam Ash and Musicians Friend will have to step it up a notch to compete against this Best Buy. You can see some of what Best Buy will be selling online at:

Source Stories:
Market Watch

Jul 30 2008
Cruise of the Port of Long Beach

Join Us on a Cruise of the Port of Long Beach! You’ll Learn Alot!

Reservations are needed for this cruise because we are limited to 100.

You are cordially invited to join Councilwoman Gerrie Schipske on a cruise of the Port of Long Beach on

Wednesday, August 6, 2008 ~

6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Boarding Location: Departs from Dock 2, adjacent to the Aquarium of the Pacific.

Guest Arrival: No later than 5:30 p.m. – Boat departs promptly at 6:00 p.m.

Food and beverages provided.

Attire: Casual – rubber soled shoes – light jacket

Parking validated – 2 hours

Come join your friends and neighbors on a cruise of the Long Beach Port and learn about how this major seaport provides a tremendous economic engine for Southern California. You will be amazed at what goes on right here in Long Beach. For our guest with disabilities, please inform us if you require a reasonable accommodation.
Please call 562-570-6932 or email to rsvp.

Contact Us and Let Us Know Who Will Be Attending this Fun Event!

Office of Councilwoman Gerrie Schipske

phone: 562 570-6932 or email:

Jul 30 2008
Heidi’s Raspberry Farm

Starting the begining of August (Mother Nature has the final word), Heidi’s Raspberry Farm, located in beautiful Corrales NM, will be opening to the public for U-Pick raspberries every Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am till 3:00pm! Heidi’s Raspberry Farm is a certified organic farm. The price for picking is $4/pint. HRF can provide one pint containers for your picking pleasure.

To find HRF if you are south of Corrales: go north on Corrales Road 2.2 mi. from the Coors and Alameda intersection, turn east on “La Entrada East” and follow the signs.

To find HRF if you are north of Corrales: go south on I-25, exit at Bernalillo, go west on Hwy 550, follow 550 across the Rio Grande, go south on 528, at Giant station turn east on Corrales Road 448, proceed 4.5 mi. and turn east on “La Entrada East” (just past Wells Fargo bank look for signs on left), follow the signs.

This special event will only last until the fruit is finished which happens at the first good frost. For more information, call Douglas @ 353-1202

Jul 30 2008
David’s Cookies

David’s Cookies

In 1979, David Liederman was a top chef in New York City. At the time, boutique cookie shops along the West Coast were everywhere and the smell of fresh baked, chocolate chip cookies could be smelled for miles.

Chef David had the brilliant idea to bring this California trend back East, and the first David’s Cookies store was born in the heart of Manhattan. Passers by quickly fell in love with his funny shaped cookies, which were always oven fresh and loaded with heaping chunks (not chips) of chocolate. Chef David, trained in the finest French culinary academies, began mixing and tasting; using only the finest, all natural, ingredients – pure vanilla, butter, Swiss chocolate and whole nuts, he achieved his anticipated result; a uniquely delicious cookie that looked and tasted “just like mamma made!”

Fresh Baked Cookies
David’s is the place to find delicious, soft chocolate chip cookies you don’t have to bake. Forget small chips, our recipes include large chunks of gooey Hershey’s ® chocolate for a home-made taste. Made from a clever mixture of wholesome milk, eggs & creamy butter, each cookie is oven-fresh & golden brown to perfection with top quality ingredients. Save time from making your own dough from scratch and pick up a batch of a dozen David’s Cookies today for the whole family. Flavors include Chocolate Chunk, Peanut Butter, Oatmeal Raisin and more. They’re great for birthday parties and best served fresh.

Fresh Baked Cookies

Jul 30 2008
Mrs. Beasley’s Bakery

Mrs. Beasley’s Bakery

Description: Mrs. Beasley’s has been supplying Gift Baskets of fresh baked mini muffins, cookies and brownies to Hollywood celebrities for over 30 years. Mrs. Beasley’s offer an extensive collection of gift baskets, towers and tins containing Cookies, Cakes, Brownies and Candy as well as Miss Grace Lemon Cakes, Wine and Snack baskets.

Mission Statement wants to become your ultimate online destination, whether you’re buying for yourself, your family, a friend, or on behalf of a corporate entity. Our primary goal is to provide an unparalleled gift selection and hassle-free shopping experience for all users.

Our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
Your customer’s complete satisfaction is guaranteed. We guarantee arrival in perfect condition to the addresses given. Sorry, but we cannot guarantee orders for which we are given an incorrect address, or shipping delays due to weather conditions.

Quality and Freshness
Mrs. Beasley’s is proud to provide our end customers with the finest, hand-made, freshly baked gift items available anywhere. We use only the finest ingredients for our products, including Ghiradelli® chocolates, fresh-squeezed California lemons and limes, Hawaiian coconuts and macadamia nuts, etc. Our products are handmade by the same bakers who were involved in the start-up of both Mrs. Beasley’s and Miss Grace Lemon Cakes, 30 years ago.


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