Summer -> Fall Talks/Plans

Today is my first talk for the summer. I am speaking at the Berkeley Cybersalon with a great cast of characters. Lost and Found on the Social Web.

I head to Europe on Wednesday; you can see the outline for that trip here: European Travel and Podcasts this Summer

I return on the 27th and speak the next day at the  SDForum Women’s SIG on the topic of Women, Identity and Data – exploring what women want in these realms. It will be interactive.

I will be travelling to Portland for the Community Leadership Summit on July 14 and 15th along with my Unconference.net partner Bill Aal.

I head to Denver/Vail for the Cloud Identity Summit July 16-19th and will be giving the closing Keynote with Bob Blakley on Identity and Social Justice.

The WEF Young Global Leader Silicon Valley Summit 2.0: Shaping the future of entrepreneurship and innovation is July 25-27th. You can see the outline of the program here – it focuses on Google, Facebook and Zynga. I’m hoping we can also connect with some open source and open standards efforts.

August is currently open and will likely involve a trip to/through the NorthWest (Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Salt Spring, Hollyhock)

September is “Summer Davos” in China where there may be some programmatic activity covering the Personal Data Ecosystem.

October is the National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation national conference in Seattle. I plan to put in a proposal/workshop covering online identity and the nuances/issues surrounding it.  For those of you who have been tracking my work, this community is the world’s leading forum (+Canadian Equivalent C2D2) for truly innovative, deliberative public methods that provide the opportunity for collective wisdom to come forward.  It is these types of methods that we need to solve the “NSTIC governance” challenges relative to a complex system.  I worked with one of their leading members, Tom Atlee, founder of the Co-Intelligence Institute, on the chapter in my NSTIC response about governance.

The INTERNET IDENTITY WORKSHOP is October 23-25!

We are working with the W3C on having the Federated Social Web Summit be the day before October 22nd somewhere near IIW.

Identity.Next in The Hague is Nov 21-22; hopefully it will have an unconference within it.

I have been invited to speak in Brussels on November 29th.

 

European Travel and Podcasts this Summer

I’m heading to Europe on Wednesday.  The travel plans and events are below. One of the main reasons I am going is to connect with the people and communities in Europe working on identity and personal data.  I want to come back with about 10 podcasts recorded with key people from the community that I meet along the way – these will be edited on my return and posted on the web publicly.

I will also be inviting/encouraging participation with PDEC in the two main ways we have so far to engage.

* If you are a startup or a proejct focused on how people are in charge of their personal data you can apply to be part of the Startup Circle.

* If you are in an enterprise or just interested you can subscribe to the Journal.

Please don’t be afraid to reach out and connect with me if you are in Europe or know some folks in Europe I should be sure to connect with on this trip. Kaliya@pde.cc  txt:510472-9069  Skype: Identitywoman

TRAVEL PLANS:

  • June 7th I arrive in London and have meetings/social things
  • June 11th is an Identity, Personal Data & Personal Clouds Unconference I am facilitating and Tony Fish is organizing – You’re INVITED!
  • June 12th is the OIX Event
  • June 12-13th is New Digital Economics
  • June 14th is WEF Tiger Team Day
  • June 15-17 Netherlands
  • June 18-19 is the Digital Enlightenment Forum
  • June 20th I plan to travel to Paris
  • I might travel to Geneva..
  • June 25-27th in Berlin
  • June 27th I fly out of Berlin to SF.