Open Flow – Finding Meaning in New Connections

May 29, 2008

in General Interest, Scenarios & Futures

Next week on Tuesday June 3rd Kevin Werbach is hosting a pre Supernova conference call about the meaning of openness in a networked world. This could be an interesting discussion and pull in quite a wide group of people. Details to obtain the dial in number are below.

On Tuesday, June 3rd, from 9am-11am PT (12pm-1pm ET), I will host an interactive conference call and chat on “Open Flow” — the technologies and business practices that allow information to move freely between users, websites, and organizations. This is a precursor to a track at Supernova 2008, sponsored by BT, on June 17 in San Francisco.

To receive dial-in information, please RSVP by replying to this email at

Topics we will address on the call will include: What are the key issues around interconnecting social networks, identity systems, and online applications? Is openness always a good thing? How do open networks change business models, as well as processes within companies? What new opportunities emerge in an Open Flow environment?

Participation is free and open to anyone interested.

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