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Re: Pre-Telecon Introductions

From: Alberto San JosÚ <josealberto.sanjose@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 6 May 2009 13:43:05 +0200
Message-ID: <1edc9ac20905060443lff12bedhf818cd8d829a3876@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-xg-socialweb@w3.org, "public-social-web-talk@w3.org" <public-social-web-talk@w3.org>

I┤m Alberto San JosÚ, located in Aranjuez (Madrid).

I┤m an Internet-things-maker:
User Experience Design, Information Architecture, Usability, Innovation,
Strategy, Social Networks.

(Call it what you want: it┤s all about understanding people, and communicate
with them)

I work at The Cocktail [1] and write (sometimes) about Social Web and other
stuff in my blog [1]

My primary interests about this XG are:
-Help to develop the Social Web user experience, making it easy to use and
understand to every regular folk.
-Distributed architectures.

[1] http://www.the-cocktail.com
[2] http://www.uxtopia.com/blog


Alberto San JosÚ

2009/5/3 Harry Halpin <hhalpin@ibiblio.org>

> Please, everyone introduce yourself over the list-serv over the
> telecon. Some people  have already done so. If you could, just give
> everyone your name, your organization if you have one, and what your
> background and hopes for the Social Web XG are.
> I'm Harry Halpin, from the School of Informatics at the University of
> Edinburgh,and now W3C Fellow. My background is pretty varied in
> computer science research, mostly in statistical techniques,
> machine-learning,  and the Semantic Web. My most well-known work is on
> the dynamics of tagging systems, and I'm interested primarily in
> large-scale open standards for social network data-mining that will
> make my life as a researcher of these systems easier. However, I
> strongly believe that the user should own their own data and expicitly
> let others user it for research as needed, so I'm also very much an
> advocate for user's rights and electronic freedom and privacy. My main
> work in this XG will be really pushing us to deliver a roadmap for
> future W3C standardization in the area. Look forward to working with
> you all!
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