True Tuesdays is a weekly videoseries where Michiel Frackers, co-founder of Holland's largest internet company Planet Internet and shareholder in 925 and Flabber, meets inspiring people in Silicon Valley. Goal is to inspire the Dutch technology and startup scene, but anyone is welcome to watch. Feel free to embed the video on your own blogs; Holland's biggest news website and leading technology and marketing blogs do.

Camera and editing: Godfried de Vries. True Tuesdays is an initiative of True, the leading Dutch hosting company.

 

 

Tuesday 23 February 2010

True Tuesdays episode 4: Mike Gifford

True Tuesdays episode 4: Mike Gifford.

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10:05 AM | category: Technology |

Tuesday 16 February 2010

True Tuesdays episode 3: Mark Bernstein

True Tuesdays episode 3: Mark Bernstein, CEO of Hundreds of Heads.

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10:05 AM | category: Media |

Tuesday 9 February 2010

True Tuesdays episode 2: Daniel Brusilovsky

When we started True Tuesdays, the idea was (and still is) to show inspiring, forward looking talks in the middle of a global recession.

I am not a journalist, but an entrepreneur and investor so my interviews are more chats and tend to have a different approach and atmosphere from a typical media interview. I don't pretend to be unbiased, I'm a believer in this medium and the industry and I am trying to show the 'best of breed', so to speak. So when we sat down with Daniel Brusilovsky a few weeks ago at the Techcrunch offices, the plan was to hear the views on technology of a very bright kid. And perhaps to advise him to have fun and stay a kid as long as possible. We had a nice talk and we finished editing the video last week, just before all hell broke loose.

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10:03 AM | category: Technology |

Tuesday 2 February 2010

True Tuesdays episode 1: Janpieter Scheerder

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