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Blogtalk Downunder » Invited Speaker - Thomas N. Burg

Blogtalk Downunder
   May 19-22, Sydney


Invited Speaker - Thomas N. Burg

Filed under: General, Invited Speakers — James @ 12:22 pm

We’re delighted to announce that our first invited speaker is Thomas N. Burg, the founder of Blogtalk and a leading authority on webpublishing and social software.

Thomas N. Burg has engaged with the internet and the World Wide Web since 1994. The emergence of the first web-browser turned him from a medical historian and German philologist into an information architect. Since 1997 he has headed the Center for New Media at the Danube University Krems. As the managing director he is responsible for the entire teaching, consulting and research agendas. The specific interest of the Center for New Media is the provision of post-graduate programs in the field of New Media. Thomas N. Burg’s main field of research is Social Software and advanced Webpublishing especially in the context of individual-centered knowledge-management.

He is the inventor of BlogTalk the first international conference on Weblogs and a consultant for the building of virtual organisations in corporate or learning contexts. Only recently he founded the Social Software Lab (an international initiative in the field of social computing).

His weblog is .:| randgaenge |:. and he has edited the first academic-pragmatical book on weblogs (the new edition coming out in February 2005).

1 Comment

  1. BlogTalk Downunder II
    As already mentioned earlier on the next BlogTalk is in Australia, and I’ll be there as an invited speaker.

    Trackback by .:| randgaenge |:. — 12/1/2005 @ 10:42 pm

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