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Online communities are becoming central to today's organizations. How do you engage people into them? Is there life beyond Facebook? What can really be achieved inside communities?
Crowd-sourcing is a buzz word that has been overused, but little has been said and researched about what it can really do for a project. What happens when you involve your clients and partners into the creation of new products and services? What is possible to outsource, what is not? Does involving your community into your every process scale?
This session will explain show technologies that will invade our daily lives in the near future. See tomorrow's techs, their usages and applications.
by Brian Solis
Brian Solis discusses the notion of social currency, how the activity we have on social networks helps build an important asset: social capital.
Robert Scoble shares his latest discoveries (as of February 2011) while checking out start-ups in Silicon Valley and Western Europe. A technical evangelist and author, he's best known for his blog, Scobleizer.com.
In this talk, he argues that we're in a tech bubble again, at a point when several start-ups had raised several million dollars. But we need to consider what are the drivers this time round? Smartphones, huge growth in social media platforms, and new customers using emerging platforms.
by Alain Renk
Alain Renk describes "Unlimited Cities", a participatory platform used by architect to enable citizens to change their neighborhood. A rapid prototyping tool, this service aims at allowing people to bring their ideas and react to architectural or urbanistic proposals in a situated way.
2nd–4th February 2011