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One Web Day Uber Jelly at Cafe Caffeine - Monday, Sept 22nd

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One Web Day Austin Uber-Jelly MONDAY, September 22, 2008 (10am to 5pm)

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Where:

 

One Web DayCelebrate OneWebDay - The Earth Day for the Internet

 

Activities all day long! Uber-Jelly Jam Barcampian Melange

 

The idea behind OneWebDay is to encourage people to think of themselves as responsible for the internet, and to take good and visible actions on Sept. 22 that (1) celebrate the positive impact of the internet on the world and (2) shed light on the problems of access and information flow.

 

OneWebDay is a global, decentralized event. We're encouraging people around the world to meet up on Sept. 22 to talk about the threats to the net and how the web could change lives around the world in the future.

 

Our Austin event features a day-long extended uber-Jelly, featured speakers and interviews about how the Web has changed lives.  In addition to our speakers (list developing) we'll be asking attendees:

 

  • how the web has changed your life
  • how you'd like the web to change the world in the future
  • your favorite online event ever
  • something you've done online with other people in other countries

and posting our clips on YouTube, Blip.tv and dotSub.com as part of a global video mashup.

 

ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

 

CJ Romberger (10:30 - 11:15)

The Web – Returning to Its Roots: It isn’t Just for Marketing Anymore

 

 

CJ's Bio: CJ Romberger founded Wildwood Interactive, a premier web development firm, in 2000. Her experience includes systems analysis, website and database development, computer programming and training, quality assurance, and product and application development. She’s worked at companies like Fisher-Rosemont, BMC Software, and Human Code, and has led development teams for large eCommerce sites like RX.com and Leapfrog.com. CJ graduated with a 4.0 GPA from Texas State University and holds a BBA in Computer Information Systems. She writes a column called "Gadget Girl" for Austin Woman Magazine and in her spare time plays music in her recording studio and plays with new technology.

 

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David Armistead: (11:30 - 12:15)

The Internet as key enabling technology for the emergence of the new global sustainability economy

 

 

David's Bio: David Armistead has been involved in business and organization development, strategic planning, and future studies projects since the early 1980s, and has worked directly with major culture leaders, multinational firms and state and federal government, and also high tech manufacturing and small business.

 

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Sarah Vela (1:30-2:15)

My life as an orchid, or how the Internet saved me from obscurity

 

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Jon Lebkowsky (2:30 - 3:15)

Online Communities and Social Networks: the web has always been about people.

 

 

Jon's Bio: Jon Lebkowsky writes about culture, technology, media, and sustainability, and has been blogging regularly since 2000. He's an acknowledged authority on social media and online community. He leads web development projects and consults with businesses and nonprofits on web strategy and social technology through Social Web Strategies, a consulting partnership with David Armistead.

 

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Bill Leake (3:30 - 4:15)

What is Google up to, anyway, and how will it continue to change (and why we should care)?

 

Bill's Bio: A former McKinsey consultant and Dell veteran, Bill Leake draws on a deep expertise in both business and marketing to help increase revenues for a wide range of clients. He has been involved in driving provable revenues through internet marketing techniques since the early 1990s when, as part of the management team at Power Computing, he built the first company to sell $1 million of product over the internet. Bill has guided Apogee Search from inception to its current position as the largest search engine marketing firm in the Southwest, and one of the 20 largest in North America.

 

In addition to leading Apogee Search, Bill also serves as the president of the Austin Interactive Marketing Association, and as the chairman of the SEMPO (Search Engine Marketing Professionals Organization) committee heading up their local and regional initiatives.  Bill volunteers, speaks, and teaches globally about search, social media, and interactive marketing trends and techniques.

 

Before founding Apogee Search, Bill was President of Journyx, the leading software provider of web-based time and expense management solutions, and one of the 500 largest software companies in the U.S.

 

Prior to Journyx, he held leadership and executive positions at several public and private venture-capital backed firms, including Trusted Information Systems (TISX, now NET), Haystack Labs, Power Computing and Dell. At Dell, Bill worked in the Office of the Chairman on several key strategic initiatives.

 

Before Dell, Bill worked as a management consultant at McKinsey and Company, where he served clients in North America, South America and Europe, across a wide range of industries.

 

Bill received an MBA with honors from the University of Texas at Austin and his B.A. from Yale University. A frequent speaker at trade shows and online marketing events (including Search Engine Strategies, ad:tech , Online Market World, Innotech, and the e-Marketing summit), Bill has also been featured for his online marketing acumen in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, LA Times, INC. Magazine, and CNBC's Squawkbox.

 

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Andrew Donoho (4:30 - 5:15)

Telecommuting and the Co-web - Mediating the real world with the web.

 

Andrew's Bio: Andrew Donoho, Web Theorist with IBM's Emerging Internet Technology Team, has a long history working with both web standards and implementations. He was an early participant in crafting XHTML v1.0 and v1.1 and SVG v1.0. He has been creating and pushing implementations of the bi-directional web since 1999 and is extending that idea to building a Co-Web with a scalable UI for the last 18 months. He is trained in experimental physics with a degree from the University of Texas at Austin. He still lives in Austin with his wife.

 

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Tom Brown & Rich Vázquez (5:30 - 6:15)

Open source currency - Solving social problems with Intentional Economics

 

Tom's Bio: Tom Brown is a co-worker who has deployed OpenID on multiple high profile nonprofit websites.  These days HeresTomWithTheWeather is contributing Ruby on Rails code to projects hosted on github.  Tom is the co-founder of SuperBorrowNet, Inc.

 

Rich's Bio: Rich Vazquez is a board member of the Austin Time Exchange Network, longtime editor of LasCulturas.com and currently works in software security and web programming.

 

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Matt Buck (6:30 - 7:15)

Fighting the Peace War on the Internet Front

 

 

Matt's Bio: Matt Buck is a web developer for OtherInbox, a locally-based startup.  He has been using computers since he could think, and his life has been profoundly impacted by the web.  He is currently the president of EFF-Austin, a non-profit co-founded by Jon Lebkowsky that focuses on the intersection if civil rights and technology.

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Scott McCollough (7:30-8:15)

The soon to be complete loss of the right to privacy and constitutional or legal privileges on the Internet, and the joint efforts and planning by government and the major Internet access providers to carry this out.

 

Scott's Bio: Bio: W. Scott McCollough is an attorney whose practice focuses on communications, computer and Internet law and regulation, with an emphasis on representation of consumers and small competitive and new technology application and service providers. He also provides instruction and training in those areas to individuals, groups, and companies. He is Board Certified in Administrative Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Past activities included 10 years as an Assistant Texas Attorney General and Contract Consumer Advocate (representing residential and small business consumers) with City of Austin Electric Utility (1994-1999). Past Regulatory Counsel for Texas ISDN Users Group and Texas Internet Service Providers Association. He has unparalleled knowledge and experience relating to those places where technology and regulation intersect - and often collide - all the way up the protocol stack.

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http://owd-austin.pbwiki.com/

http://onewebday.org/

 

Coordinated by

Maggie Duval

Jon Lebkowsky

Cafe Caffeine

Conjunctured

 

Please contact mags at maggiedot.com or jonl at socialwebstrategies.com for more information.

 

Who's coming

  • name, when you'll be there, what you're working on

 

Who might come

  • name, and your situation

 

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