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Supernova Network Age Briefings - The Real Time Web

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One of the key challenges in the Network Age is how to absorb all the information flowing through what's being called the "Real Time Web." Join Supernova Hub's Howard Greenstein as he talks with Andrew Keen (self-proclaimed "Anti-Christ of Silicon Valley," Author of "The Cult of the Amateur") and Techcrunch co-Editor Erick Schoenfeld. In recent video interviews on the SupernovaHub.com, Keen and author Clay Shirky, perhaps surprisingly...agree that the information flowing across our news, email, Facebook, Twitter and other networks needs to be curated and filtered. But will the curators be "experts," acting as the gatekeepers of All The News That's Fit To Share? Or will we simply filter our information based on the concept of "greylisting," where we simply see the items that were interesting to our closest contacts and colleagues? Join us at 2pm EST on 8/6. Schoenfeld recently ran Techcrunch's Real Time Stream Crunchup - What insights will he provide about the nature of the real time web? This discussion event is part of the new Supernova NetworkAge Briefing series of weekly, open teleconferences (online salons, really), where we collectively try to define and interpret the changes occurring in the Network Age. These are high-engagement forums, where frank discussion is encouraged (and civil disagreement is embraced). If you are unable to make the event, feel free to forward this message to those who may benefit from being part of the conversation.