World Wide Apps – Where is the next Internet generation going?

09/20/2010 - 04:00 PM

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At the round table promoted by Telecom Italia’s Working Capital and the US Embassy in Italy, the Foursquare CEO Naveen Selvadurai and co-founder of Blip.tv Dina Kaplan

Working Capital, the project by which Telecom Italia intends to support the best enterprise initiatives for web 2.0 and the new frontiers of the Internet, is the continuation of series of meetings which for over a year have focused on the new frontiers of Digital Capital technology, and has launched a new series of appointments aimed at opening discussion on the future of digital culture through the testimonials of the major Italian and international protagonists of the sector.

World Wide Apps – Where is the next Internet generation going?” is the title of the round table to be held tomorrow at 18.30 at the Opificio Telecom Italia in via dei Magazzini Generali 20/A and will explore the new frontiers of the media, the geographical positioning and the social changes of information. Naveen Selvadurai, the 28 year-old CEO of Foursquare, one of today’s most promising social start ups, and Dina Kaplan, co-founder of the videoblogging platform Blip.tv, will debate with the chief editor of Nòva24 Luca De Biase, the blogger and freelance journalist Luca Conti, and the journalist and TV presenter LA7 Luca Telese on a number of issues arising from the continuous evolution of the web world.

We can also follow the debate live at the website http://capitaledigitale.webcasting.it.

The “World Wide Apps” event is organised by Telecom Italia – one of the most active companies in the promotion of innovation and of the technological culture in - with the support of the United States Embassy in Italy.

Rome, 20 September 2010