Johnnie Moore


Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

Looks like 2goether08 is coming together well. There are quite a few sessions I’ll want to see, including the ones on “Data for Good” and “run your own innovation camp”. I’m intrigued by this too: “Semantic (web) + Social (Problems) = Solutions (innovation)”. There’s a couple of familiar sounding panels I’m probably going to avoid, as well!

Good to see they’re offering 1 day passes as well. Hope to see you there, in my case probably on the second day as I expect to be too jetlagged on the first!

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