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Penny Muse Abernathy and Doc Searls at FutureWeb 2010

Penny Muse Abernathy and Doc Searls at FutureWeb 2010

Always Be Blogging: 3 way blogging ninja @waynesutton at

Always Be Blogging: 3 way blogging ninja @waynesutton at

WWW2010 Opening Ceremony Panel Discussion

Open Government and the World Wide Web
The opening ceremony of WWW2010 included a plenary panel offering perspectives from both sides of the Atlantic on the move to make data more open and accessible on the Web (data.gov and data.gov.uk). The panel featured inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee; Archivist of the United States, David Ferriero; Professor James Hendler of RPI, who will moderate the discussion; UNC professor and Director of iBiblio.org,Paul Jones; Andrew McLaughlin, Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer in the Executive Office of the President; and University of Southampton Professor Nigel Shadbolt, Director of the Web Science Trust and Web Foundation.

WWW2010 Opening Ceremony Panel Discussion

Open Government and the World Wide Web

The opening ceremony of WWW2010 included a plenary panel offering perspectives from both sides of the Atlantic on the move to make data more open and accessible on the Web (data.gov and data.gov.uk). The panel featured inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee; Archivist of the United States, David Ferriero; Professor James Hendler of RPI, who will moderate the discussion; UNC professor and Director of iBiblio.org,Paul JonesAndrew McLaughlin, Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer in the Executive Office of the President; and University of Southampton Professor Nigel Shadbolt, Director of the Web Science Trust and Web Foundation.

Google Geek Trivia: name these logos.
I played this 1 round with “Team Gmail” - I supplied answers for Digg, Camino, Mosiac, Tumblr, Opera, Hulu, Google Desktop… The rest were cake - Wave, Mozilla, Reddit. We didn’t get K for Knol which is a really obscure Google project I’ve never heard of. Oh well.  

Google Geek Trivia: name these logos.

I played this 1 round with “Team Gmail” - I supplied answers for Digg, Camino, Mosiac, Tumblr, Opera, Hulu, Google Desktop… The rest were cake - Wave, Mozilla, Reddit. We didn’t get K for Knol which is a really obscure Google project I’ve never heard of. Oh well.  

AM keynotes for WWW2010 and FutureWeb2010