Johnnie Moore

Technology for being better at being human

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

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

Roland at NESTA highlights this great 10 min video of what happened at SiCamp

I think this gets across how SiCamp managed to get geeks and non-geeks together, and how much energy is created by people working on things with a higher purpose that they care about. It also says something about what makes me excited about the Web: not the technology but how technology allows us to be better at being human.

Kudos to NESTA and many other good folks for sponsoring this. (Disclosure: NESTA are a client of mine)

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