The Web Conference 2019

May 13, 2019 – May 17, 2019 all-day America/Los Angeles Timezone
Hyatt Regency San Francisco hotel
5 Embarcadero Center
San Francisco

Exciting news: I will be returning to San Francisco on May 16-17 to participate in the Web Conference 2019. On Thursday, May 16, The Future of the Open Web track will feature a range of speakers—myself included—and should be invigorating for those of us who care about open-source software, open science, and open platforms. On Friday, May 17, Lawrence Lessig will give the conference keynote.

The conference will be taking place at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco hotel (5 Embarcadero Center).

If you would like to attend, please visit the Web Conference registration page to purchase tickets.

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One Response to The Web Conference 2019

  1. dan devone says:

    I recognize it’s late, but should there be cancellations, conflict of scheduling, unforeseeable problems, please keep me in mind as a Keynote Speaker at The Web Conference 2019. I live in San Francisco.

    I’m a 5 time Emmy award winning Television Sportscaster, during a career that spanned 25 years, in New York, San Francisco, and Seattle. Talking on camera for a living has provided me with the unique insight and expertise on ‘Communication in the Digital Age’.
    Modern technological advancements that have supposedly made today’s communication much easier, but in reality has isolated many of us.

    We are living in remarkable times, with truly incredible technological groundbreaking discoveries, and social media has been part of this wave of new excitement! A.I., digital discoveries etc.. should be recognized, valued, honored and admired just like any other breakthroughs that have shaped our world through the centuries.

    However, I draw attention to the conventional practice that must always be revered and utilized for us to continue to flourish as connected, productive people. I encourage a sense of balance between the old and new forms of communication.

    The often overlooked, and most effective form of communication, looking at, and talking directly at someone, is becoming a lost and treasured art. We have insulated ourselves, and our natural instinctive forms of linear communication have diminished considerably.

    We now interact at warp like speed, but the question I pose to my audience is ‘DO WE COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY’?
    I provide the answers to how we can reemerge from these barriers we have inadvertently created around ourselves in this remarkable digital era!


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