Supernova 2009: Technology in Relationships, Roundtables and Real Time

Supernova 1006, NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory Continuing my coverage of Supernova 2009 (see Changing Networks, Workplaces and the World), a “forum to examine all of the opportunities and challenges created in the Network Age”, I further dive into my notes/musings from days 2 and 3: Going with the Flow (Real Time Flow Track with track […]

Supernova 2009: Changing Neworks, Workplaces and the World

Supernova E0102, NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory I had the pleasure of being invited back to attend Supernova this year. Supernova is “the only forum to examine all of the opportunities and challenges created in the Network Age”. The conference is a solid event to attend for a few reasons: quality networking with well accomplished people, […]

Supernova 2009

I’ve been meaning to write about a lot of the conferences I’ve been to this year (hopefully will get to it in a follow-up blog post). One of the upcoming conferences I’ve been offered to attend again is Supernova, a conference about “understanding how decentralization and pervasive connectivity are changing our world”. From web privacy […]

Supernova 2008: Privacy and Security in the Network Age

Day 2 of Supernova 2008 kicked off this week with a variety of panels to choose from. While many of the Web 2.0-ers were getting settled in the Open Flow Track, MC-ed by Tantek Çelik, , I joined the alternative crowd for the Privacy and Security in the Network Age panel. The session started with […]

Supernova 2008: Defining the Challenges

Supernova 2008 held day 1 of the three-day conference yesterday in San Francisco’s Mission Bay Conference Center. The opening session tackled “defining the challenges”, which was admittedly a fairly vague title. Clay Shirky, author of Here Comes Everybody, started off the session taking about the characteristics of organizing groups online and offline. Shirky pointed to […]