Monty and Smart Shoes

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Monty at SHIFT

Facebook Messenger now mandatory and a wrapup of Q2 social network earnings calls

Twitter Cards

Trello Spin off, Freshbooks funding

Zoho vs. Nimble

Ron Ploof checks in: Data on Amazon’s KOLL, Epson’s new smart glasses

The Future of Ingress via @johnhanke – James Frey’s ‘Endgame’ through Harper Collins

Smartshoes, Navdy, heads up display for cars

Apple tells headphone people to Beat It, Recode says iPhone event Sept. 9

New dates: Get $500 off on Oratium Presentation Training Sept 30, Oct 1 in Chicago!

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3 thoughts on “Monty and Smart Shoes”

  1. Hi Chris and John! Great show as always. Just wanted to add a small comment to the Nimble discussion. In fact, there is a Nimble integration for Marketo – see http://launchpoint.marketo.com/kevy/1125-nimble-integration-for-marketo/ – and a Nimble integration for HubSpot – see http://www.nimble.com/marketplace/hubspot/

    I haven’t used them myself, since I only tested Nimble for a month or so a few months ago. But since I’m just in the process of setting up Marketo for our company, perhaps I’ll give Nimble a second try.

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