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Lift '010

Just as a heads-up to anyone planning on being in Geneva (or in a nearby European location) in early May: I'll be speaking at the 2010 Lift conference. The theme is "What can the Future do for you?"

Generations and technologies

How to go beyond the usual clichés on generations, with Seniors unable to benefit from technology and Millenials ruining their future careers on social networks?

The redefinition of Privacy

What is privacy in the 21st Century? Is personal security threatened by the massive collection of personal data?


Since 2006 Web 2.0 has celebrated the so-called "amateur revolution". What did we learn in the past 5 years? Are we reaching the limits of Web 2.0?


Beyond the much talked-about political campaigns on Facebook, how to turn users into engaged citizens in public action?

The old new media

Newspapers are struggling, TV is not sure of what the future holds. What is at stake nowadays when informing, reaching and involving people?

It's shaping up to be a good group of speakers, and I'm definitely looking forward to it. Do let me know if you're going to attend!

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