Burton Group Catalyst 2007 Live Blogging

I have expressed my affection in the past for Burton Group‘s analysis and have called out certain analysts in particular such as Richard Monson-Haefel and Mike Gotta who provide world class analysis, but also very accessible blog content.

Burton might not be as radically different as my other favortite analyst firm RedMonk, but they get it. They are promoting community taggging for the Catalyst conference this week in San Francisco. I hope any bloggers in attendance pick up on this, and I hope they are making this idea prominent at the conference.

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5 Responses to “Burton Group Catalyst 2007 Live Blogging”


  1. 1 Cote' 28 June 2007 at 11:49 am

    The tagged posts look interesting. Hopefully you’ll have a wrap-up post of something else for us too 😉

    (Thanks for the RedMonk compliment as well ;>)

  2. 2 Sam 28 June 2007 at 3:12 pm

    Cool, thanks for the pointer to the tagged posts. A few of my coworkers are at Catalyst this week and at least one of them blogs. I’ll clue them in.

  3. 3 scott 29 June 2007 at 9:14 am

    Sam – very cool, definitely make sure your colleagues are clued in.

    Cote – I’m not actually there this week, so I’m living vicariously through Feedburner! There have been some interesting posts so far though.

  4. 4 James McGovern 1 July 2007 at 2:40 pm

    Have you ever talked with the folks over at the 451 Group. Redmonk, Burton and 451 form a sort of blogging trinity…

  5. 5 James McGovern 6 July 2007 at 3:55 pm

    What would it take for you to add the one.org banner to your blog to support charity? I have added it to my own and would love to see other bloggers amplify the need to stomp out poverty.

    If the activism irritates you then I understand…

    James McGovern
    http://duckdown.blogspot.com/


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