Sean Parker, Co-founder, Supyo.
John Donahoe, President & CEO, eBay.
Marc Benioff, CEO, salesforce.com.
by Kirk Skaugen and John Battelle
Kirk Skaugen, Vice President and General Manager, Datacenter and Connected Systems Group
by Tony Conrad
Tony Conrad, Entrepreneur, Founder & VC, True Ventures / About.me.
Ross Levinsohn, EVP, Americas, Yahoo!
Christopher "moot" Poole, Founder, 4chan.
by Deb Roy
Deb Roy, Co-Founder and CEO, Bluefin Labs.
Genevieve Bell, Intel Fellow and Director, Interactions and Experience Research, Intel Labs, Intel.
by Brad Rencher
Brad Rencher, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Omniture Business Unit, Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Ron Wyden, United States Senator, Oregon.
Join us and Dick Costolo – CEO of Twitter – for this year’s official Web 2.0 Dinner immediately after our Opening Reception, at The Palace Hotel San Francisco. We have planned a sit-down dinner filled with great food, drink and conversations for all Web 2.0 Summit attendees!
Join Jonathan Carson, Nielsen's leader of Digital, who breaks down the most valuable digital consumer - and what is holding big brands back from reaching them on the Web. Drawing upon Nielsen’s vast information resources on consumer intent and behavior, he will paint a picture of the digital universe that puts consumers back in their rightful place: Right at the center.
How do you answer the question, "What is the business impact of my social media efforts?" How do you connect the conversations happening on your social networks to the systems that measure business performance?
by David Barnes
In this presentation you'll hear about a new class of applications that can unlock the economic value of big data by putting powerful and easy to use tools in the hands of business users and domain experts, enabling actionable insights.
by David Campbell and Vikram Dendi
Big Data is not just for the Fortune 500 and the largest websites; it’s applicable in any organization regardless of size or volume of data. Many early adopters are already seeing significant improvements through their use of these emerging technologies, but the new frontiers are about creating business value from the abundant “ambient data” produced by IT systems and the web.
Michael Dell, Chairman & CEO, Dell Inc.
by Bill Gross
Bill Gross, CEO, Idealab.
by Aileen Lee
Aileen Lee, Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
Danny Weitzner, Deputy Chief Technology Officer, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
by Ann Cavoukian, David Vladeck and A Macgillivray
Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario, Canada, and David Vladeck, Director, FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection.
Dennis Crowley, Co-founder, foursquare.
Ben Horowitz, Co-founder, General Partner, Andreessen Horowitz.
Andrew Stalbow General Manager of North America, Rovio Entertainment.
John Partridge, President, Visa Inc. & Dan Schulman, Group President for Enterprise Growth, American Express.
by Mary Meeker
Mary Meeker, Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
by Thomas Drake
Thomas Drake, Founder and Senior Leader, Knowpari Systems, LLC - Recipient of the 2011 Ridenhour Truth-Telling Prize.
Matthew Mengerink, Head of X.Commerce, PayPal.
17th–19th October 2011