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Smart Mobs and Supernova. Posted on 11/25/2002.

Folks interested in all my blathering about Smart Mobs and thoughts on the future of mobile technologies will definitely be interested in a thoughtful discussion taking place on The WELL with Smart Mobs' author Howard Rheingold, following up on many points he makes in his book. Of particular note is participation by people Howard profiles in the book--it's cool to see what they have to say as follow-up.

Also of interest to those who care about these things this is the Supernova Conference, hosted by Release 1.0's Kevin Werbach. Judging by the schedule it should be an invigorating event. Look for me there!

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