State of the Net 2014
Trieste (Molo 4), June 12-14
Print a replacement part for your washing machine at home with your 3D printer. Jump in a car anywhere in the city and drop it off wherever you need. Use an app to learn how to write software, make sourdough bread or meditate. Our world is changing and evolving in ways we have never experienced before. If there ever was one, the age of abundance is over. We must make the best of what we have, leveraging the abundance of the digital world to challenge the scarcity of the analog one. The Internet is where and how we can win this bet. Smart life was the main theme at State of the Net 2014.
650+ attendees, 2.500+ people connected via web streaming, 45 international speakers, 6.000 tweets, top trending topic in Italy for 2 days, 100+ media output. For the first time, the whole conference was held in english. We launched the SotN Square. In the cokids room, children created the internet with paper and strings. Dave Winer, Anne Wright, Liddy Nevile and Daniel Landau were there.
You can still:
- watch the entire conference on YouTube
- browse all our hi-res pictures of the event
- look for people generated images on Flickr, Instagram
- go back to all the tweets hash-tagged #sotn14 (or read the social network analysis)
- listen to the playlist of the conference
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