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Adena DeMonte is a seasoned marketing and multi-channel content strategist for technology firms in Silicon Valley. She is mildly obsessed with high-quality B2B UX and product design. In the past decade she's held a variety of titles and positions, including running social media for an augmented reality app produced by a Global 500 mobile tech firm, launching new brands and building markets (gamification, intelligent content marketing), leading community for a popular B2C app, and writing for numerous technology publications including GigaOm, Mobile Marketing Watch, and Red Herring Magazine, where she got her start in tech circa 2005. Adena earned her BFA in Theatre Studies with a concentration in directing & design from DePaul University, where she also minored in sociology and journalism. She enjoys thoughtful, non-pretentious conversations over tea (boba or loose leaf), so if you happen to be in the area with similar inclinations email for an f2f 1on1 -- she's always open to meeting new insightful friends and acquaintances.

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  • Winnie Liu

    Excellent article. I can relate to it because when facebook suddenly changed everything by adding the new subscribe/subscriber button, I was on line. Within one days, I received a lot of new subscribers and I also went and found a bunch of cool people whom I subscribe to. I learned a lot through these people but I also fear that I may lose my real friends underneath all these new changes.

  • Anonymous

    It’s visually interesting, but hardly revolutionary. Not all of us are as photogenic as you ;) so all Timeline does is take up a huge amount of real estate. Not really influential.