It's not too late to submit a proposal — deadline has been pushed to Tuesday, March 31!
Web 3.0 Conference: May 19-20, 2009, NYC
OFFICIAL CALL FOR PAPERS
NOW ACCEPTING SPEAKER SUBMISSIONS! Deadline: Tuesday, March 31
Web 3.0 technologies make the organization of information radically more fluid and allow for new types of exploration and analysis based on things like text and ontological semantics and machine learning.
The Web 3.0 Conference will explore how companies are using these new technologies today, and should be using them tomorrow, for significant bottom line impact in areas like marketing, corporate information management, customer service, and personal productivity.
This event has been created for several distinct audiences including marketing executives who want to learn how web 3.0 technology can help them understand and respond to their customers, CIOs and information managers who want to maximize the value of the data in their enterprises, and developers and entrepreneurs who wish to create better applications.
Already signed on to keynote are Aza Raskin, Head of User Experience, Mozilla Labs and Loren Grossman, Global Chief Strategy Officer, Rapp/Omnicom. Additional speakers represent Medialets, Intel Capital, Mashery, Ask.com, and more. For current session and speaker details, click here to visit the event Web site.
The Web 3.0 team
P.S. Remember, the deadline for submission is Tuesday, March 31. Please send your proposal ASAP.