I’m looking forward to next week’s Identity Mashup at Harvard. There are not many events like this on the right coast, will be nice to connect with people who’s blogs I’ve been reading but have yet to meet.
If you want to meet up during or after the event, email me at relaxedguy at gmail dot com. I know some people are seeing Sox games and there are several dinners happening, it’s going to be a busy three days.
I added a Food For Thought session called The end of Spam: What are the marketing opportunities and implications of identity, reputation and attention systems and how will consumers benefit?
Post dinner beverages, people watching and conversation will set the tone of this GTG.
Tracks I’ll definitely be attending:
Wild and Walled Gardens: Trust, Reputation and Community Building
Disruptive Technologies and Business Models: Power Laws and Power Shifts: The End-User Revolution
Interoperability, Open Identity, and Identity Brokers.
(Need a doppleganger at the Mashup talk.)
Long Tail Markets, Social Commerce and Open Business Models
Towards and Open Identity Layer and Trusted Exchange: What Might it Look Like?
I’m glad to see enough differentiation between the tracks to avoid the gut-wrenching session overlap syndrome.
See you on Monday.