Friday, July 18, 2008

Farewell to Enterprise 2.0 ...

Yesterday I gave my last conference talk on Enterprise 2.0 for the foreseeable future. Actually, it wasn't a talk but rather I was on a panel with JP Rangaswami, Nigel Green, and Ajit Jaokar.

Jonathan Robinson was trying and in the most part succeeding to keep us all on track, except of course when I barged in to speak. Unfortunately that was most of the bloody time!

I rarely do panels because I'm awful at them, still I was grateful to finish my meanderings in this field on a high note such as Enterprise 2.0 Mashup.

The audience was very forgiving.

If you want to keep tabs on the Enterprise 2.0 world, I really recommend reading Euan, Jenny, Dion and of course Andrew.

For me, the future is all spime, spime, spime, spime ....

(See the Monty Python sketch)

1 comment:

frogpond said...

Whoa, so much for giving me shivers early in the morning - honestly I was fearing that you've found some dreadful thing and insight about E2.0 that made you change your mind ("farewell").

But think about this hiatus of speaking - granted, panels are bad sometimes - but I at least am enjoying your talks.