It Is Web 2.0 Expo Time - San Francisco Style

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Steve Wylie, Contributor

April 22, 2008

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Web 2.0 San Francisco is running this week and I plan to be there, blogging on some of the enterprise oriented sessions. As is always the case at Web 2.0 Expo there are many great sessions to pick from with the most impressive list of presenters. Here are some of the sessions I plan to attend:

Enterprise Mash-Ups led by John Musser of ProgrammableWeb.comCreating a Coherent Social Strategy for Business led by Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff of Forrester ResearchData Portability, Privacy, and the Emergence of the Social Web led by Joseph Smarr of PlaxoOpenID, OAuth, Data Portability, and the Enterprise led by Marshall Kirkpatrick of ReadWriteWeb, Danny Kolke of Etelos, David Recordon of Six Apart, Artur Bergman of Wikia and Joseph Smarr of PlaxoWeb 2.0 and the Breathing Enterprise, led by Rene Bonvanie of Serena and Christopher Keene of WaveMaker SoftwareOntologies for the Enterprise led by Duane Nickull of Adobe SystemsUnderstanding Mobile: From Web 2.0 to World 2.0 led by Marc Davis of Yahoo! Inc.Creativity vs. Control: The Debate ContinuesCan Enterprises Have Both? led by Anant Jhingran of IBM, Stephen O'Grady of Redmonk and Lauren Cooney of IBMBeyond Google, Wikipedia, & Amazon: A Practicum on How Traditional Businesses Can Lead, Compete & Win on the Social Web led by George T. LeBrun and Joshua Ross of O'Reilly Insight Group

and since I am creating an unconference program at Enterprise 2.0 Boston I think it's only fitting that I attend the session:

How to Create Successful Unconferences, BarCamps, & Meetups for Almost No $$ led by Susan Mernit of (.), Elisa Camahort Page of BlogHer Inc, Tara Hunt of BarCamp/Citizen Agency and Kaliya Hamlin of Identity Commons

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