INFORUM Salons present Web 2.0: Amateur Hour or Mass-ive Knowledge?
Jimmy Wales of Wikipedia and author Andrew Keen go head to head in this fascinating debate.
INFORUM Salons present
Web 2.0: Amateur Hour or Mass-ive Knowledge?
Andrew Keen, Author, The Cult of the Amateur: How the Internet Is Killing our Culture
Jimmy Wales, Founder, Wikipedia
David Ewing Duncan, Chief Correspondent, NPR's "Biotech Nation"; Correspondent, NOVA's "ScienceNow" - Moderator
INFORUM MEMBERS ONLY (+1)
In today's self-broadcasting culture, where amateurism is celebrated and anyone with an opinion can post a video on YouTube, change an entry on Wikipedia or publish reviews on Yelp, we increasingly turn to the collective intelligence of large numbers of people. Should we rely on the "wisdom of the crowds," trusting that they are smarter than the expert few? Or is Web 2.0 weakening traditional media to the point where we only have opinion and chaos? Wikipedia's Wales and author Keen go head to head in this debate.
INFORUM Members Only +1 paying guest
Location: Bubble Lounge, 714 Montgomery St.
Time: 6:30 p.m. happy hour, 7:30 p.m. program
Cost: $15 members, $30 non-member guests
Also know: Venue sponsor: Bubble Lounge. Attendees must be 21+ years of age and have a valid id. Please note that there will be a dress code; no athletic wear please. For any other venue details visit www.bubblelounge.com/sfabout.shtml
This group is sponsored by:Artyllect Consulting
- Web2.0 Consulting and Web Application Development.Hanson Bridgett
- A law firm inspired by its community.