Yes, you will have a chance to meet your favorite rebel and Master of Netocracy at SIME2007!
We asked Alexander to answer a few questions for our readers:
1. What is really important right now?
The world economy, as always. And inventing a more intelligent social community tool than the stupid underclass nonsense called Facebook.
2. What are your expectations on SIME?
Networking, networking, networking, and getting some new insights I never had before. Plus of course going home afterwards with some new delightful little gadget in my pocket (beata: hint to sponsors?). Let's not underrate the value of fetichism.
3. What can European entrepreneurs learn from their American counterparts?
Being more daring and updated, for a start. When it comes to entrepreneurship, it is currently American entrepreneurs who have more to learn from their European brethren rather than the other way round. And everybody should learn a thing or two from Korean and Indian entrepreneurs.
4. How can Internet contribute beyond the corporate world?
It does already. People LIVE through the internet these days. The world is already virtual and symbolic.
Alexander Bard is a writer, a founder of the Netocrats.com, a non-profit organization aimed to build the new informational society and a member of the band BWO (Bodies without Organs).