It's almost November, time flies and we have 1431 approved members in
the Lotico New York Semantic Web community and close to a 100 people
on the waiting list to get in. I just didn't get the chance to approve
more members on the waiting list yet. So with that in mind we have
already well over 1500 members in New York and it's time to raffle off
the full conference ticket to the Semantic Web Summit 2010 in Boston.
The Semantic Web Summit is the most significant Semantic Web business
event this fall and I am looking forward to help move the discussion
forward from research and prototyping to products and business
intelligence at this conference.
If you would like participate in the raffle for the full conference
ticket please get your name on the attendee list here:
The winner will be drawn on November 2nd at 9pm EST.
On Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 12:32 PM, Marco Neumann <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> we will soon welcome our fifteen hundredth member at Lotico the New
> York Semantic Web. Over the last 5 years the New York Semantic Web
> community grew from a handful of people to now more than a thousand
> members locally and close to 15000 world wide.
> Our next global Lotico event, "Using The Semantic Web To Answer
> Questions" with Chris Welty from IBM research, will take place in
> Boston on November 16th in partnership with the Semantic Web Summit,
> the premiere semantic technology business conference. To celebrate our
> 1500th member in NY, one member of the New York Semantic Web community
> can receive a complimentary full conference pass to the Semantic Web
> Summit 2010.
> The Semantic Web Summit, formerly the Web 3.0 Conference, features
> innovators across industries examining the potential of the semantic
> and how it can transform the way we do business. The conference will
> be at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, November 16-17, 2010.
> Speakers to date include Dennis Wisnosky, Chief Architect and CTO,
> Dept. of Defense; Mike Dunn, VP & CTO, Hearst Interactive Media;
> Martin Hepp, Professor and CEO, Hepp Research GmbH; and Stephen
> Wolfram, Founder and CEO, Wolfram Resarch and creator of Mathematica
> and Wolfram|Alpha. I will also be there giving a talk about Semantic
> Social Networks. For more Semantic Web Summit details, visit the site:
> Please add your name to the Lotico Semantic Web attendee list here to
> get a chance to win the Semantic Web Summit ticket:
> Marco Neumann
> Come and join us at the Semantic Web Summit - Examining the Impact:
> Semantic Technology for Business, in Boston Nov 16-17, 2010
> use our SWNY coupon code for a special group discount
Come and join us at the Semantic Web Summit - Examining the Impact:
Semantic Technology for Business, in Boston Nov 16-17, 2010
use our SWNY coupon code for a special group discount