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Bigger Than The Web?? March 18 - The Future of 3D Printing/Manufacturing

From: mike t
Sent on: Tuesday, January 29, 2013 9:30 PM


Chris Anderson, was so stoked about 3D Printing, he left his job as Editor-In-Chief of Wired to jump into the business. He believes it will be bigger than the Web.  Join us March 18 to find out what’s driving this disruptive technology and its long-term prospects for changing manufacturing and our broader economy.


We're assembling an all-star group of 3D Printing Pioneers featuring demonstrations, a panel discussion and Q&A. Brooklyn is at the center of this rapidly growing widely-covered sector. We're already seeing amazing entrepreneurs spring up around it. (Chris Anderson is not a participant)


Stay tuned for more information on guests and programming. Confirmed participants include principals from MakerBot, D-Shape and Brian Jepson editor from Make Magazine, organizer of Maker Faire.


Our panel will be moderated by Jim Kohlenberger. Jim was recently Chief of Staff for the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP).


Don’t forget about our next event: The Future of Hacktivism, led by Cole Stryker.  Cole is the author of Epic Win for Anonymous, the first book to tell the story of the genesis of the Internet-based protest groups and creative memes currently changing our world. He also wrote Hacking the Future: Privacy, Identity and Anonymity on the Web. This takes place February 27. Please note different location on our site.

“ How does anonymity enable free speech - and how is it a threat? "I think anonymity on the Internet has to go away," famously said by Randi Zuckerberg (sister of Mark), has become the policy for some, while the Stop Online Piracy Act mobilized millions to write Congress in protest.

Stryker presents a strong defense of anonymity and explores some of the tools and organizations relating to this issue, especially as it has evolved with the ubiquity of the Internet. Cogent and compelling, his examination of online identities, both false and real, is an essential read for the social-networking age.”



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