Live Stream of MSR's Social Computing Symposium

Microsoft Research is holding their annual Social Computing Symposium for the next two days. During the event their will be a number of speakers and discussion groups. The goal of the event is to bring together people from industry and academia. The four areas that are being discussed this year are Location (Monday morning), Boundaries (Monday afternoon), Play (Tuesday morning), and Social Objects (Tuesday afternoon). I’ve embedded the Live Stream above.

Here are the speakers:

Location (Monday morning, 10:30 – 11:30 AM)

  • Brady Forrest
  • Tom Carden (Stamen)
  • Felix Peterson (Plazes/Nokia)
  • Mary Hodder (Apisphere)
  • Tom Coates (Yahoo! Fire Eagle)

Boundaries/Context (Monday afternoon, 1:30 -2:30 PM)

  • Liz Lawley (RIT)
  • Lili Cheng (MSR)
  • Molly Steenson (Princeton)
  • Kevin Marks (Google)

Play (Tuesday Morning, 10:30 – 11:30 AM)

  • Elan Lee (Fourth Wall Studios)
  • Jesse Alexander (Heroes/NBC)
  • Paolo Malabuyo (Microsoft)
  • Merci Victoria Grace (GameLayers)

Social Objects (Tuesday afternoon, 1:30 -2:30 PM)

  • Jyri Engestrom (Google)
  • Matt Webb (Schulze & Webb)
  • Kati London (Botanicalls)
  • Rob Faludi (ITP)

Updated: Corrected some speakers

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