We’ve covered a lot of ground here on NextGenWeb in the past year. Going from conferences to events to intimate meetings, we’ve brought the action to you through interviews, blog coverage, livetweets and more!
So what were our favorites? It’s hard to pick. We’ve been to the leading technology events like Consumer Electronics Show, SxSW Interactive, and Supernova. We also presented livestreams like the American Red Cross’ Emergency Social Data Summit, Ed Week’s Unleashing Technology to Personalize Learning, and the Activism+Media+Politics Summit. And finally, we highlighted top news and research on broadband like the release of the FCC’s National Broadband Plan, the latest data from Pew Internet, and all of the innovative ways that people are embracing broadband in between.
- We hosted a panel discussion on telework programs and their benefits and sat down for a one-on-one interview with former Fort Wayne Mayor Graham Richard.
- We saw Washington’s top insiders discuss the role of broadband in job growth at the Innovation and Jobs Roundtable hosted by the Democratic Leadership Council.
- We recorded Verizon’s Tom Tauke deliver a landmark speech at NDN on vision for a new policy framework to best benefit the Internet Ecosystem.
- We have the full video of Blogalicious DC, an event that celebrated diversity among women in the blogosphere with networking, giveaways, and a panel of experts sharing their experiences with growing their voices through technology.
- We toured AT&T’s Innovation Labs and explored how they are advancing technology beyond the networks.
- We drilled down each Personal Democracy Forum speaker’s message on the Internet & Politics to one single sentence.
More experts speak out on broadband…
- Newark New Jersey Mayor Corey Booker
- University of Pennsylvania Law School and Computer Science Professor Christopher Yoo
- Dr. Joe Kvedar, Director of the Center for Connected Health
- State Senator (IL) and President of National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators Iris Martinez
- Blair Levin, former Director of the Omnibus Broadband Initiative for the FCC and current fellow at the Aspen Institute