This July 30, the Wharton Web Conference (http://ph.ly/wwc) returns for
its sixth year with a solid line-up of sessions, speakers and
opportunities for networking.
The Conference theme for 2013 is "Transforming the Way You Think", and
we’re pleased to have actress, writer and producer Felicia Day
(http://feliciaday...) as our keynote speaker.
Following the keynote you'll choose from nine great sessions led by
influential speakers such as Anil Dash (http://dashes.com...),
Wharton Professor Jonah Berger (http://jonahberge...), Derek
Featherstone (http://simplyacce...) and others.
Session descriptions (http://beacon.wha...)
are available on the website; here are a couple of sessions to give you
* Doing Things With Data: Building apps with real-time, real-world
information by Robert Carlsen
* Accessibility as a Design Tool by Derek Featherstone
* The Human Dimension of Big Data by Matt LeMay
The Wharton Web Conference will be held on Tuesday, July 30, in Jon M.
Huntsman Hall. This event brings together both Penn folks and non-Penn
folks for a day full of learning and networking right here on campus.
Register now (http://ph.ly/wwc) for a full day of speakers and sessions,
plus breakfast, lunch and happy hour, for only **$199**.
Capacity is limited, so sign up today to save your spot. We hope to see
Register at http://ph.ly/wwc.