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Sponsor & Exhibitor Opportunities

Kelly Stewart
kstewart@techweb.com or call +1 (415) 947-6236

Media Sponsor Opportunities

Matthew Balthazor
+1 (949) 223-3628
mbalthazor@techweb.com

Speaker / Program Ideas

Have a suggestion for a speaker or topic at Web 2.0 Expo Europe? Send an email to: eu-idea@web2expo.com

Press/Media Inquiries

Maureen Jennings
+1 (707) 827-7083
maureen@oreilly.com

or

Natalia Wodecki
+1 (415) 947-6762
NWodecki@cmp.com

Contact Us

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Stowe Boyd

Stowe Boyd
Front Man, Microsyntax.org

Website

I am best known these days for my writing (and the thinking behind it, I hope) at /Message, hence the /Messengers. I am obsessed with social tools, and their impact on business, media, and society. I coined the term “social tools” in 1999, the same year I started blogging, and I haven’t looked back since. Writing and working with clients takes most of my time, but I also speak at various events, such as Reboot, Lift, Shift, Mesh, Enterprise 2.0, Office 2.0, Under The Radar, Next08, and Web 2.0 Expo, to name only a few.

Sessions

9:00 Wednesday, 22-10-2008
Design & User Experience
Location: A3-4 Level: Novice
Stowe Boyd (Microsyntax.org)
What is happening on the social side of social media? The now established model of blogging is not keeping pace with the explosion of social applications, and while there are a variety of new tools out there to do more on your blog, nothing seems to be dominant. What is a blogger to do? How should a blogger respond to these changes? What will be the impact on how people experience blogs? Read more.