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Coming up: PC Forum

On Monday and Tuesday I'll be blogging from Esther Dyson's PC Forum (disclosure: PC Forum is part of CNET Networks) at a (hopefully) sunny resort near San Diego. The theme is "Erosion of Power: Users in Charge" (Esther and I discussed the topic in this podcast).
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On Monday and Tuesday I'll be blogging from Esther Dyson's PC Forum (disclosure: PC Forum is part of CNET Networks) at a (hopefully) sunny resort near San Diego. The theme is "Erosion of Power: Users in Charge" (Esther and I discussed the topic in this podcast). According to Esther, this major shift is being driven by people having better information about everything; the freer flow of information and the abundance of processing power that makes it possible for anyone (especially institutions) to "mass process" individuals; and the availability of processing power and information to individuals, who can be more flexible and innovative than institutions. Esther, Release 1.0 Publisher Daphne Kis and team have assembed an compelling set of product demos and speakers for the conference. Here's the list of speakers.  

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