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Stanley Wasserman
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David Gibson
(Social Networks, Interaction, Theory)

Yu-Ru Lin
(Networks, Visualization)

Ines Mergel
(Knowledge Sharing, Social Computing, Social Software, Government 20)

Maria Binz-Scharf
(Qualitative Methodology, Knowledge Sharing, eGovernment)

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(Admin, eGovernment, Government 20, Citizen Relationship Management)

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18 January 2007

Digital Life and Design Conference 2007

The DLD conference which will take place from Jan 21st-23rd will be covering digital innovation, gaming, arts and science from the perspective of Europe, the Middle-East, America and Asia. There will also be a panel with representatives from asmallworld, xing and facbook covering social networks. The topics include the concept, success stories, and future prospects of social networks. The panel tries to answer questions such as: How does life change through social networks. What is their impact on society. How relevant are social networks to people's lives. How will traditional entertainment and media companies interact? More on that next week.

Posted by Alexander Schellong at January 18, 2007 11:30 AM