At the ReadWriteWeb Mobile Summit yesterday at the Computer History Museum, they had a session on “Speed Geeking” led by Marshall Kirkpatrick and Kaliya Hamlin.

Each company did their ‘pitch’ in five minutes and people chose which session to attend based on their own interests and expertise. The companies on the list included: CallFire, WorldMate, My City Way, IPEVO, Google Goggles, Burn, Micello, Newsy, Mixmobi, Stalqer, Mogotix, Blog Talk Radio’s Cinch, (which was broadcasting on-site btw), Geodellic, and Yapper.

Below is a video explaining how Speed Geeking works in its very own unconference style.

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