Journal: News & Comment

Wednesday, June 22, 2005
# 1:20:00 PM:

Open formats: what does it take?

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Even traditional technology companies are coming to see the value of open data communication and storage formats—a key element of Navarik's success, and a common thread in this week's big tech conference in Seattle. Yet problems remain.

is a bit of an anomaly. For one, the registration fee includes food. More generally, it's a conference with no clear purpose—and that seems intentional. Organizer Chris Pirillo's tongue-in-cheek taglines for it include calling it "the technology people aggregator," saying that it's attended by "influencers, entrepreneurs, and tech enthusiasts," and that it's about "producing, consuming, and monetizing technology." [READ MORE]


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