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Web 2.0 Expo Comes to New York

"Well, it's about <expletive deleted> time."
-Anil Dash, Blogger, Evangelist, Web 2.0 Expo Advisory Board member, and proud New Yorker, on the idea of a Web 2.0 Expo in New York

We agree. Web 2.0 Expo was launched to connect the builders of the web with the brightest minds, hottest ideas, and most valuable tools - and with each other. New York has long been where the world's biggest industries go online, and as Web 2.0 grows up and gets serious, the time is right to convene the East Coast web communities under the umbrella of the next generation web. It's time to come together to learn, share and network. And it's time to celebrate the size, power, and innovation of the East Coast web industry.

Web 2.0 Expo is for the builders of the next generation web: designers, developers, entrepreneurs, marketers, business strategists, and venture capitalists, people who have experiences to share and a passion for learning - the hot new thing, lessons from failures, innovations and inspirations, and the practical applications of all of the above.

What are the ways we can create more value for our businesses? How can we provide a more meaningful experience for users and customers? How can we have a positive impact on the world we live in? What tools and applications are right for a given project? How do we gather and focus data points to deliver relevant information? How can we increase conversation and collaboration?

The inaugural Web 2.0 Expo New York takes the pulse of the Web ecosystem and looks to its future, training a spotlight across the Web 2.0 universe to illuminate how the Internet Revolution is being created and delivered. What will you do with the power of Web 2.0?

Experience Web 2.0 Expo

Web 2.0 Expo New York happens September 16-19, 2008 at the Javits Center. Whether you're new to the Web 2.0 world or an expert or in Ajax, Ruby, tagging, the social graph, user experience, meta-programming, search engine marketing, community building, web operations, user-generated content, building startups from scratch, or "Web2.0-ifying" the enterprise, come to Web 2.0 Expo New York and immerse yourself in the Web 2.0 experience.

Tracks at Web 2.0 Expo New York 2008:

In addition to on-stage sessions, keynote presentations, workshops, panel discussions, and demos, Web 2.0 Expo New York will provide ample opportunity for all participants to engage face-to-face:

  • A vibrant Expo Hall bustling with essential products, tools, services, and projects at the cutting edge of technology
  • Web2Open, a space where any participant can lead a conversation with other attendees
  • Expo Booth Crawl, parties, and other fun networking events