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Kynetx Impact Conference 2009


Wednesday, November 18, 2009 at 8:30 AM - Thursday, November 19, 2009 at 5:00 PM (MST)

Kynetx Impact Conference 2009

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Kynetx Impact Conference - Highlights!

Nov. 18 - 19th, 2009

at the

Novell Open Source Technology Center 

The first ever Kynetx Impact Conference was packed with compelling presentations, discussions, networking, delicious food and great coffee--all for a capacity audience. Heavy-hitters like Kim Cameron, Doc Searls, Craig Burton, Tim Christin and Phil Windley presented some of the most cutting edge information in technology today.

Kynetx Impact Conference Press Release

Jessie Stay's Blog Post

Kynetx Impact Theme Song

Kynetx Wi-Fi Proxy End Point - Photo of Steve & Phil

Day One:

Kynetx Impact Version 1.0 began with a bang! Doc Searls gave a speech on “What happens when users take control.”

Dr. Phil Windley spoke about “The Forgotten Edge” of the internet and how ubiquity and context are the next big shift in how the internet is used. Phil also debuted two new PSA’s starring Simon, the IT Dummy that described worst practices about how NOT to provide a contextual shopping experience, or a cross-site, context-sensitive app.

Simon the IT Dummy - Shopping at BetterBuy without context

Simon the IT Dummy - Discount Spread Sheets - Not so brilliant App Ideas

Great workshops & speakers!


Great Networking

Delicious Dinner at Thanksgiving Point

Day Two:

Kim Cameron, Chief Identity Architect of Microsoft, spoke about user-centric identity in the client-side revolution and the shift to personalized control of identity.

Tim Christin, Sr. Vice President at Acxiom Corp., spoke about tipping old data models on their ear. By giving individuals control over the data that is shared, it increases the quality of the data and opens up new business models.

More great workshops and presentations!

The Beta Lounge

And Simon!

Craig Burton rounded out the keynote speakers and conference with his innovative thoughts around the Personal Communication Model and the need to empower the individual.

And... Kynetx Love!

To see full agenda, click here.

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Learn from the experts how to create cutting-edge experiences that stretch across the web, leveraging user context and identity in innovative and powerful ways.  

Don't miss the happenings at this event including:

Keynote addresses by...

Doc Searls

Doc Searls, Senior Editor of Linux Journal, co-author of The Cluetrain Manifesto, holds fellowships with both the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University and the Center for Information Technology and Society at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Doc's Topic:  "The Intention Economy: What happens When Customers Get Real Power?"

Kim Cameron is the Chief Architect of Identity at Microsoft where he works to drive the emergence of privacy enhancing technology and to make it pervasive across industries, countries and cultures.  Cameron publishes his insights, including his renowned "Laws of Identity," at IdentityBlog.com.

Kim's Topic: "User-Centric Identity in the Client-Side Revolution"

Dr. Phil Windley, Founder and CTO of Kynetx, Inc., Dr. Windley is a frequent author and speaker on digital identity, web architectures, web services, and interoperability. He writes the popular Technometria blog and is the author of the book Digital Identity. Windley is also an Executive Producer of IT Conversations, a popular network of technology podcasts.

Phil's Topic:  "The Forgotten Edge: Creating a Purpose-Centric Web."

Craig Burton

Craig Burton is a co-founder of Novell where he served as Senior Vice President of corporate marketing and development.  In 1989, he co-founded the technology analysis and consulting company, The Burton Group where he served as CEO and principal analyst.  Craig currently speaks, advises and consults with technology companies around the world, specializing in the Internet Services Model and software infrastructure sales and marketing.

Craig's Topic:  "Content is Dead. Context is King."

Workshop Topics include:

  • Building Apps with KRL (Kynetx Rule Language)
  • Advanced Rule Programming
  • Introduction to Action & Information Cards
  • Leveraging Data sets with Kynetx Apps
  • Web App Showcase
  • Kynetx Network Services API
  • Using end points like add-ons and devices to create new cross-platform apps
  • Creating new revenue streams using cross-site, context-aware applications

... plus an on-site app-creation contest, great food, networking and conversation.

Click Here to see full agenda.

Registration is limited and on a first come, first served basis.

Fee includes breakfast and lunch both days, plus dinner on the 18th, Kynetx long-sleeve T-shirt and 2G thumb drive packed with presentations, information and other surprises.

For more information about Kynetx, visit our corporate website at www.kynetx.com or our developer's blog at code.kynetx.com.  You can also become our facebook friend or follow us on twitter.

Participating Partners:

Azigo Logo Azigo offers a unique desktop agent to help manage Information Cards that touch the browser. Coupled with the power of Kynetx Technology, the Azigo iCards and iCard selector help users control their experience on the web, including the information they share about themselves.

Learn more at http://www.azigo.com


   The global leader in interactive marketing services, Acxiom helps clients connect with their customers through deep consumer insight that enables effective and profitable marketing initiatives and business decisions.

Learn more at http://www.acxiom.com



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When & Where

Novell Open Source Technology Center
1800-1899 Novell Pl Bldg A
Provo, UT 84606

Wednesday, November 18, 2009 at 8:30 AM - Thursday, November 19, 2009 at 5:00 PM (MST)

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