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Session

Can the Internet Handle Devices that Know Where They Are?

Brady Forrest, Program Chair, O'Reilly Media, Inc.
Sam Altman, Co-founder and CEO, loopt
Alan Beiagi, Director and GM of Wireless, MapQuest
Walt Doyle, President and CEO, uLocate Communications
Jed Rice, VP, Market Development, Skyhook Wireless

Date: Wednesday, May 30
Time: 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Location: Imperial Ballroom

Directions and maps are most useful when you are on the road. Newer devices, laptops, and mobile phones know their (and thus your) location and can make that location available to you, your social network, and your network operator. These devices are also internet connected. Soon everyone will have them. Is the web ready for location? Are you ready for your location to be broadcast? Should your location be passed in every http request? Join Brady Forrest as he discusses the location-enabled future with four companies that are making it happen.