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The Future of the Open Web

Fri, 10/18/2013 - 04:10 -- Andrew

Next week at 7pm on Friday, October 25th, I'll be participating in a free panel discussion about the future of the open web.  The panel is part of this year's DrupalCamp and will be held at UQAM in a mixture of French and English.  I'll be sitting alongside some good folks from organizations such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the W3C and FACIL

Built on top of open standards, protocols and software, the web mediates almost every kind of human interaction. It can redefine fundamental power relationships as much as it can simply consolidate and streamline them. It can be used to provide you with valuable information and services as much as it can be used to extract these from you.

So what made the web what it is and what do we mean by an "open web"? How is it changing and what lies ahead? What opportunities and challenges are we likely to encounter along the way? Please join us to explore some of the underlying trends and stories that are reshaping the web of tomorrow.

Complexe des sciences Pierre-Dansereau
Pavillon Cœur des sciences (CO-1750)
175, avenue du Président-Kennedy
Montréal (Québec)  H2X 0A3


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