2020 Summit – Get Involved

February 19, 2008

Mark Pesce writes :

Unleashed: How to listen to 21 million voices

[…] Rudd should promise that the 2020 Summit itself will be captured in video and audio recordings, with photographs and documentation that will all be placed online, in real-time, as the summit is taking place. He can ask Australians to create blogs which track the progress of the event, noting everything as it happens. Australians should be invited to use instant messaging, bulletin boards and other systems so that their own questions, reflections and comments could be incorporated into the summit […]

It is up to us, individually, to start NOW to voice our opinions. Let us not wait until we are invited, rather go and find other boffins in your field today and begin to formulate your own responses to the 2020 summit. There are projects already springing up in Australia – be one of them!

Start your own blog, wiki, or podcast – whatever your chosen media start the conversation now and make your voice heard.


Today’s Tweets

February 19, 2008
  • 09:35 @ssharwood I stumbleupon things, started to for my subvertandprofit account though I do Stumble other interesting things every now and again #
  • 10:00 @purecaffeine I just spoke with Chris as well, will be getting exhibitor info soon. We need to give him a presentation outline to slot us in #
  • 10:12 Hawt! Got our Free Australia Wireless stand at Wireless World – booth 64-65 : tinyurl.com/2459dq (PDF link) #
  • 10:19 @ssharwood oohh nice! I wonder if they will play with us? They’d make a great partner for the mesh. #
  • 13:49 @lachlanhardy @scenariogirl congrats to you both. Now the fun begins – get the heck outta here and go have it. #
  • 14:10 right – off to do the school pickup, homework, scouts … busy night ahead! #
  • 17:48 driving through unexpectedly heavy traffic on the way to scouts. we’re running a founder’s day programme tonight. @headwellred is driving:-) #

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