AO2007: Innovation Summit @ Stanford [ was A02005 ]

<ed.note>Apparently I missed the 2006 archives but the videos for 2007 are available here. Also, Tony Perkins pointed out the very helpful entrepreneurship education site, http://edcorner.stanford.edu/

Also, Going Green is slated for Sept 10-12 at UC-Davis. I’ll get to see if HP, IBM, or SUN ( not the first to do this here – kudos to Amit Kulkarni ) pick up on the geothermal heat exchange equipped data center approach I suggested via chat at AO2007. Oh, will the venture capital establishment ever discover me here on the "Innovation Plantation"? what more could they want? — I’ve already got the dot commie domain name. ;-)</ed.note>

July 19th – 21st, 2005
The Frances C Arrillaga Alumni Center
Stanford University, Palo Alto

This is quick a heads up to let you know that we (in partnership with Akamai) will be webcasting the entire AlwaysOn Summit @ Stanford for FREE starting today (Tuesday, July 19th) at 6pm PST. To check it out, go to the AO homepage.

Most radically, this live webcast will include a live chat so your questions and comments will appear on the big screen at the show, so you must join in on the fun. Whether you are looking for new strategic partners, big customers, or new investors, viewing the Summit offers a certain ROI. Last year the Summit @ Stanford was viewed by 6,500 people from 72 countries. We expect an even bigger webcast crowd this year.

The goal of the Summit program is to focus on the sweet spots in the technology markets – where innovation is disrupting behavior and creating new business opportunities. We have gathered this powerful group of global thought leaders and new entrepreneurs to show exactly where the opportunities lie.

To see how all these fine folks listed below fit into the Summit check out the full program here.

Meet today’s (and tomorrow’s) leaders in technology who you can watch for FREE on the AO Innovation Summit webcast:

Susan Ayers-Walker, Chairman, MIT/Stanford Venture Lab
Brian Bean, Head of Technology Banking, Montgomery & Co.
Sandy Berger, Former White House National Security Advisor, Stonebridge International
Steve Berkowitz, CEO, Ask Jeeves
Dan Burstein, Managing Partner, Millennium Technology Ventures, L.P.
Tom Byers, Professor, Stanford University
Marc Canter, Founder and CEO, Broadband Mechanics
Mark Cuban, Cofounder and Chairman, HDNet and HDNet MoviesOwner, Dallas Mavericks
Gordon Davidson, Chairman, Fenwick and West LLP
Allen Delattre, Partner, Accenture
Ned Desmond, Executive Editor, Time Inc. Interactive
Tim Draper, Founder, Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson
Elizabeth Economy, Director, Asia Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
Stephen Elop, CEO, Macromedia
Cyrill Eltschinger, CEO, I.T. UNITED (China)
Bambi Francisco, Columnist, Marketwatch
Alice Gast, VP for Research and Associate Provost, MIT
George Gilder, Editor, Gilder Technology Report
Dan Gillmor, Founder, Grassroots Media Inc.
David Goldberg, VP and General Manager, Yahoo! Music
Jordon Greenhall, Founder and CEO, DivX
Dr. Jichang Guang, Director of Outsourcing Center, Tsinghua Science Park
John Hartnett, SVP, Americas, PalmOne
Trip Hawkins, Chairman and CEO, Digital Chocolate
Mark Heesen, President, The National Venture Capital Association
Peter Hirshberg, Cofounder, GoodMail Systems
Mike Homer, Chairman and Co-founder, Kontiki
Eric Janszen, EIC, Trident Capital
Bill Joy, Managing Director, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Steve Jurvetson, Partner, Draper Fisher Jurvetson
Rahul Kapoor, Partner, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP
Rich Karlgaard, Publisher, Forbes
Louise Kehoe, Media consultant, Louise Kehoe Consulting and former journalist, Financial Times,
David Kelley, Founder and Chairman, Ideo, and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University,
Packy Kelly, Partner, KPMG
Andy Kessler, CEO, Velocity Media
David Ketsdever, CEO, SVB Alliant
Barry Kramer, Partner, Fenwick & West LLP
Joe Kraus, Cofounder and CEO, JotSpot
Ray Lane, Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Jaron Lanier, Visiting Scientist at Silicon Graphics and an External Fellow at Berkeley’s International Computer Science Institute,
David Scott Lewis, CEO, IT E-Strategies
Michael Markman, X-Factor, Digeo
Ross Mayfield, CEO, Social Text
Morgan McLintic, VP and Senior Parner, Lewis Global Public Relations
Roger McNamee, Cofounder, Elevation Partners
Jonathan Medved, General Partner, Israel Seed Fund
Michael Medved, Nationally syndicated radio talk show host, best-selling author, and veteran film critic, Michael Medved Show
Marten Mickos, CEO, MySQL
Michael Moe, Chairman and CEO, Think Equity
Allen Morgan, Managing Director, Mayfield
Jennifer Muller, Director, Technology Group, Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin
Dave Orton, President and CEO, ATI Technology
Tony Perkins, AlwaysOn, Founder and Editor-in-Chief
Jim Plummer, Dean of the School of Engineering, Stanford
Kim Polese, CEO, SpikeSource
Janice Roberts, Managing Director, Mayfield
Paul Saffo, Director and Roy Amara Fellow, Institute for the Future
Toni Schneider, VP, Yahoo Developer Network, Yahoo!
Joe Schoendorf, Partner, Accel Partners
Jonathan Schwartz, President and COO, Sun Microsystems
Doc Searls, Senior Editor, Linux Journal
David Sifry, Founder and CEO, Technorati
Rod Smith, CTO Emerging Technologies, IBM
Robert Sutton, Professor, Stanford University
William Watkins, President and CEO, Seagate Technology
Michael Weiss, CEO, StreamCast Networks, Inc
Ken Wilcox, President and CEO, SVB Financial Group and Silicon Valley Bank
Niklas Zennström, CEO, Skype
There are still a dozen tickets left if you want to attend live. Register now and you can still get 25% off.

If you do not want to pay online by clicking one of the links above please call Kathy Osweiler @ 415.751.0170 who can take your order by phone, or email her at Kathy@alwayson-network.com and she can send you a form you can fax or mail in with a check.

As always, we appreciate the support, and we hope you will check out our FREE webcast starting today (Tuesday, July 19th) at 6pm PST.

Best/tp

Tony Perkins
Founder & Editor, AlwaysOn