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December 31, 2006


Andrés Alba

I have now more information about the talks in this conference.

Paul Osterman, Deputy Dean of the MIT SLOAN School of Management;
Michail Bletsas, Chief Connectivity Officer of the $100 Laptop Project;
Carl Dietrich, $30.000 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize for Inventiveness 2006. He has proposed the 'Personal Air Vehicle Concept';
John Perry Barlow, co-founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, fellow of the Berkman Center for Internet Society of Harvard University and author of "The economy of ideas";
James Patten, postdoctoral associate MIT MediaLab and CEO Patten Studio LLC de Boston, creator of the Audiopad at MIT MediaLab;
Francis Pisani, blogger at Ciberpaís;
Carlos Barrabés, founder and CEO of Barrabes.com;
Jorge Mata, CEO of Berggi.com and founder of MyAlert.com;
Pedro Gil, founder of Principia Technology Group; Ricardo Montesa, CEO of Brainstorm Multimedia;
Juan Tomás García, founder and CEO of MonoLabs;
Xavier Carrillo, founder and CEO of Digital Legends Entertainment;
Manel Sarasa, co-founder and CEO of Open Bravo;

The organisers said that there are yet two or three other talks to be confirmed in the next days, from a scientific and a economy press background.


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