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Nicholas Negroponte at GigaOM Mobilize Conference

I recently attended GigaOM's Mobilize 2010 conference in San Francisco, where many speakers pontificated on the current and future impact of mobile.  The event was good and fast-paced, although I wished some of the panels could've gotten more in-depth.  Kudos to my friend Teck Chia who spoke on a panel at the event.

One interesting keynote was from Nicholas Negroponte, the creator of the One Laptop Per Child initiative.  He spoke about the history of the program, and what's worked, and what hasn't worked, as well as his move into tablets instead of laptops.  He gave some compelling reasons why tablets would help 3rd world countries leapfrog the US educational system, and how he's working to create tablets that allow users to create content, not just consume content (the key, he says, is content creation - without it, everyone is just a bunch of couch potatoes).

Here's the video of his talk:

I recently attended GigaOM's Mobilize 2010 conference in San Francisco, where many speakers pontificated on the current and future impact of mobile.  The event was good and fast-paced, although I wished some of the panels could've gotten more in-depth.  Kudos to my friend Teck Chia who spoke on a panel at the event. One interesting keynote was from Nicholas Negroponte, the creator of the One Laptop Per Child initiative.  He spoke about the history of the program, and what's worked, and what hasn't worked, as well as his move into tablets instead of laptops.  He gave some compelling reasons why tablets would help 3rd world countries leapfrog the US educational system, and how he's working to create tablets that allow users to create content, not just consume content (the key, he says, is content creation - without it, everyone is just a bunch of couch potatoes). Here's the video of his talk:

Stay On Top Of What's Trending In Social Media in 2013

On Social Mediatrics

Social media and social networking are no longer in their infant stage. Since the emergence of the first social media network some two decades ago, social media has continued to evolve and offer users around the world new and meaningful ways to engage with the people, events, and brands that matter to them. Now years later, social media is still growing rapidly and has become an integral part of our daily lives. Today in 2013, social networking is truly a global phenomenon.

This infographic from Wedding Wire EDU breakdowns the latest from the top four social sites, and showcases next big six social networks you should know about.

(Infographic source: WeddingWireEDU)

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