Toronto: Where the Web 2.0 action is.

Given that Toronto – actually anywhere east of Vancouver – has a distinct lack of “Web 2.0″-ish activity, it’s nice to see that Mark Evans, Mathew Ingram, Rob Hyndman, Michael McDerment, and Stuart MacDonald are banding together to organize a conference on the subject.

Whatever you want to call it, the Web 2.0 idea is effecting a huge change on the way we do things, from creating and releasing products without funding, to altering the way we find and consume information in all types of media, to our expectations of how we do business.

While I’d love it if the run the show on the west side (I live in Waterloo), I appreciate them getting this going. I’d be happy to lend a hand as well. Maybe they can even get local VCs like Rick Segal to show up, if he isn’t too busy hanging out with Robert Scoble on the west coast.

After all, Bleezer was just a start. I’m thinking about some new ideas myself.

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2 thoughts on “Toronto: Where the Web 2.0 action is.

  1. Thanks Larry.

    Any ideas for content you would like to see? Or other thoughts?

    – Stuart

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