Barry Libert is a business executive, author, and speaker based in Boston, Massachusetts. He has more than 25 years of executive leadership and entrepreneurial experience, and has been instrumental in advancing the awareness and use of Web 2.0 and social technologies within the business world.
Daniel Burrus is one of the world's leading technology forecasters and business strategists, and is the author of six books, including the highly acclaimed "Technotrends", which has been translated into over a dozen languages.
Robin Li is a Chinese Internet entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of China's most popular search engine Baidu and is ranked as the second richest man in China with a net worth of $10.2 billion
Sean Parker is the co-founder and chairman of "Project Agape," a new network that aims to enable large-scale political and social activism on the Internet. Previously, Parker was co-founder of the category defining Web ventures Napster, Plaxo, and Facebook.
Founder partner at Founder Collective, an early stage venture fund created in June 2009, as well as a board member and advisor to several high tech companies.
Robert X. Cringely is the host of NerdTV, the first-ever online show from PBS, as well as writer of the I, Cringely blog on PBS.org with more than 300,000 weekly readers.
Brad Fitzpatrick was the founder and CTO of Danga Interactive, best known for the popular community blogging and social networking site LiveJournal.com.
Deemed a Social Networking Expert by Google, and a social media strategist by trade, Powell has leveraged her strategic approach to social media by helping companies to establish their brands online into the fast-growing market of social media since 2007.
Brewster Kahle's stated goal is "Universal access to all knowledge," and his catalog of inventions and institutions created for this purpose read like a Web's Greatest Hits list.
Cameron Ring is a co-founder and Chief Architect for Plaxo. Cameron is responsible for client-side development at Plaxo, including Outlook integration and client-server protocol.
Chris Brogan is a ten year veteran of using social media and both web and mobile technologies to build digital relationships for businesses, organizations, and individuals.
As the founder and CEO of appssavvy, Chris Cunningham is at the forefront of social media and the applications that provide relevant marketing opportunities for consumers and advertisers whether they are on Facebook, MySpace, other social networks or the iPhone.
He helped to grow the organization (originally Prospero Technologies) from 13 people to now over 180. He was also one of the founding members of New Marketing Labs.
Mr. Bates currently serves as President and CEO of WindStream Technologies, Inc. a new alternative energy company focused on wind energy in urban settings.
I am Senior Director of Emerging Media & Innovation for 360i, the digital marketing agency, where I develops social media and mobile programs for marketers in media & entertainment and other verticals.
David Carter is the CEO and Founder of Awareness Inc. Awareness is a social marketing company that builds online communities for companies who want to leverage social media marketing to engage with their customers, build their brand and increase revenues.
In recognition for his work in systems and automation, Gerald W. Cockrell, Ed.D., professor of electronics and computer technology at Indiana State University, has been selected by ISA, a global, nonprofit organization for automation, to receive the Donald P. Eckman Education Award at its annual honors and awards gala.
Evgeny Morozov wants to know how the Internet has changed the conduct of global affairs, because it certainly has ... but perhaps not in all the ways we think.
Francious Gossieaux now currently serves as President of Corante Inc, a trusted unbiased source on technology, business, law, science and culture that's authored by leading commentators and thinkers in their respective fields.
Gala Darling is the creator of the eponymous fashion website Gala Darling, who has been featured prominently in the media. Elle touted her as a "downtown Carrie Bradshaw."
Harris Miller, president of the World Information Technology and Services Alliance, otherwise known as WITSA, and the Information Technology Association of America.
Joshua Klein is a fervent hacker of all things, including social systems, computer networks, institutions, consumer hardware, animal behavior, and many more. His speeches have been heard at conferences from TED to Davos to SXSW, and hes spoken to corporations from Microsoft to the FBI.
Kevin Griffin is a .NET Developer for Antech Systems, located in Chesapeake, VA. Hes a Microsoft Client App Dev MVP, ASPInsider, and the leader of the Hampton Roads .
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