Why Attend the Web 2.0 Conference
- More than 50 thought-leaders
and entrepreneurs are slated to present in an interactive format
stressing audience participation. Recent additions include Andrew Anker
of Six Apart, Brendan Eich of Mozilla, Steve Berkowitz of Ask Jeeves,
Trip Hawkins of Digital Chocolate, Charlie Hoffman of Covad, Joe Kraus
of Jot, and Michael Weiss of Streamcast.
- More than a dozen extraordinary thinkers and business leaders will present "High Order Bits" - ten minute stand-and-deliver presentations designed to confound, delight, and amaze the audience. Hear Craig Newmark on "Getting to a Billion Pages a Month without Being Evil," Brewster Kahle on "Are We Inventing the Right Thing?", Gian Fulgoni on "Internet Metrics: Behind the Veil", among many others.
- Top executives from platform businesses such as Amazon.com (CEO Jeff Bezos and CTO Al Vermeulen), eBay (Louis Monier) and salesforce.com (CEO Marc Benioff) will address the future of the Web in plenary sessions such as "The Architecture of Participation" and "Search is a Platform."
- We'll focus on innovative new web technologies in our expert led-workshops. Topics include the business models behind RSS and paid content, online and search marketing, social networks, blogs and wikis and much more.
- Hear internet pioneers such as Marc Andreessen, and Dan Rosensweig discuss the mistakes of Web 1.0 and the opportunities ahead in Web 2.0 in the "Lessons Learned, Future Predicted" session.
- Network with your fellow attendees and peers at our full schedule
of entertaining luncheon and evening programs Tuesday night will start
with a cocktail party, then moves to a rollicking dinner with Dallas
Mavericks owner (and Braodcast.com founder) Mark
Cuban. Later, Google will host the Google Salon on the Hotel Nikko's
exclusive 25th floor venue. Wednesday and Thursday evenings will provide
even more opportunities for networking with a lively program of sponsored
cocktail parties and hosted late night events, including music spun
by Danger Mouse, of Grey Album fame.
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