Bryght is going to the Olympics in Torino
Kris Krug will be acting as industry chair and Dr. Andy Miah is the academic chair as we hold a symposium discussing "The Olympics and Web 2.0". Here's a snippet from the forthcoming announcement:
New interactive elements of the web are beginning to transform this by allowing people all over the world a greater closeness with their favourite sports, which can enable a fuller participation in the Olympic festival. This move from passive spectatorship to total immersion holds great promise as Web 2.0 becomes a reality.
I'm going to use this particular story to demo NowPublic. Perhaps we might even join forces for the Torino event.