The Defrag Conference is Here!



The simplest human network is brainstorming: people connected by streams of shared thoughts that result in “aha” moments.


In large part, the broad sweep of the Internet has been about recreating the plumbing of the human network. Technology has solved the need for physical location (space), and it has solved the need for simultaneity of communications (time). We're now facing the ability to solve the problem of augmentation -- accelerating the “aha” moment.


In the enterprise, this “augmentation” lives somewhere between knowledge management, corporate wikis, “social” networking, search, and business intelligence.

In the world of the end-user, it lives somewhere between next-level discovery, attention, aggregation, relevance, trusted relationships and tagging.


 
 
Elizabeth Churchill
Paul
Kedrosky
Andrew McAfee
Jerry Michalski
Clay
Shirky

Defrag is the first conference focused solely on the internet-based tools that transform loads of information into layers of knowledge, and accelerate the “aha” moment. Defrag is about the space that lives in between knowledge management, “social” networking, collaboration and business intelligence. Defrag is not a version number. Rather it’s a gathering place for the growing community of implementers, users, builders and thinkers that are working on the next wave of software innovation.
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