Web 2.0 for Business Roundtable Discussion

We had 20+ people get together at the Tower Club in Tysons Corner this morning for a discussion about Web 2.0 for business and govenment.  The context was in planning for the New New Internet conference scheduled for November 1st in Reston, VA.

The talk was really interesting.  There were a number of good ideas kicked around regarding speakers and panel topics.  There is clearly more to cover than we could possibly account for in one day, but one thing is for sure: the conference will be of great interest to a number of business people in the Washington region and beyond.

Keep and eye on the conference web site for updates on speakers, sponsors, and more.

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