Posts posted in June 2010
IE Radio 6/29/2010 147 comments
French entrepreneur Loďc Le Meur worked as an advisor on Internet-related topics to President Nicolas Sarkozy, and is the organizer of Le Web, a tech conference about blogging and the Web. He’s also the founder of Seesmic, a startup that develops social networking clients for Twitter and Facebook. Le Meur will talk about the ins and outs of developing one of the leading Twitter clients, as well as how Twitter’s focus on features could change his business.
IE Radio 6/24/2010 93 comments
Writer and blogger Rob Salkowitz specializes in the social implications of new technology and next-generation workforce. He'll talk about his new book, Young World Rising, and the ways young entrepreneurs and technology are re-shaping one another.
IE Radio 6/15/2010 118 comments
Jack Dangermond is the founder and president of Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) and one of the founding fathers of geographic information systems (GIS) technology. He'll discuss the challenges of geospatially enabling information, how geographic knowledge could help affect government policy, and what GIS advancements are in the pipeline
IE Radio 6/10/2010 115 comments
As the director of the office of information analysis and access at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Rick Martin provides executive oversight for environmental programs, and he develops and manages public access tools for EPA.gov. He'll talk about his work with the federal CIO’s data.gov and cloud computing working groups, and the ways in which the EPA is using Web 2.0 and location-based services to affect policy and better serve citizens and communities across the United States.
IE Radio 6/3/2010 100 comments
An international affairs fellow for the Council on Foreign Relations, Robert Knake's expertise spans cyber-security, cyber-warfare, homeland security, and risk management. As the co-author of "Cyber War: The Next Threat to National Security and What to Do About It," (along with Richard A. Clarke), Knake will discuss today's vulnerabilities and what can do be to better protect critical infrastructure.
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