Make sure not to miss 100 Things, an online conference for entrepreneurs, startups and online marketers.

The idea is simple: Ten of the world’s most successful Internet startup founders sharing 100 powerful business secrets. If you’re building a startup or are interested in business, you cannot afford to miss this show.

Speakers include:

Paul Graham – Paul is an essayist, programmer, and programming language designer. He created the world’s first Web app, Viaweb, which he sold to Yahoo in 1998. He is one of the founding partners of seed investment group Y Combinator.
Matt Mullenweg – Matt is the founding developer of WordPress and the founder of Automattic, which is the company behind, Akismet, Gravatar, bbPress, IntenseDebate, BuddyPress, and more to come.
Joel Spolsky – Joel is a globally recognized expert on the software development process. He’s the founder of Fog Creek Software, the creators of FogBugz and Stack Overflow.
Kevin Rose – Kevin is the founder of Digg, the world-famous social news site. He also mentors other entrepreneurs and invests in tech startups.
Gary Vaynerchuk – Gary is a New York Times bestselling author and businessman. He transformed his family business from $4 million to $60 million in sales and has since launched and written a book, “Crush It!”
Jason Calacanis – Jason is the founder and CEO of He also cofounded and served as the CEO of Weblogs Inc., a network of popular weblogs that was sold to AOL in November 2005.
Ben Huh – Ben runs the ridiculously popular funny-pets-photo site I Can Has Cheezburger. He’s also the CEO of the Cheezburger Network, which includes Failblog and GraphJam.
Mike McDerment – Mike is the founder and CEO of FreshBooks, an online-invoicing Web app. He’s grown the company from a one-man-band to a profitable business with over 40 people.
Jeff Veen – Jeff is one of the founding partners of Adaptive Path, where he launched Measure Map, the well-received Web analytics tool acquired by Google. He recently founded a new company called TypeKit.
Tim Ferriss – Author of the New York Times best seller “The 4-Hour Workweek.”

    The conference is taking place on May 11, hosted with WebEx, so you can watch it from anywhere in the world. To view the starting time in your location, just head to the site.  If you buy a ticket and can’t attend live, you can log in and watch the video any time you like.

    Sign up today and save $20 with the code “vb20.” There are only ten promo codes so move fast.

    Hope to see you there!