The artist and computer scientist shares why he believes that the internet needs to be a slower-paced environment that acts as a repository for shared human experience.
On March 30, 2012, we will be hosting our sixth annual PSFK CONFERENCE NYC celebrating and sharing new ideas. Since 2007, the PSFK conference series has catered to creative professionals from around the world, exploring the latest trends, inspirations, and ideas. PSFK brings together the world’s leading creative thinkers with both established and emerging business leaders to bring to life the conversations that take place daily on PSFK.com. Click here to purchase tickets and find additional information about this year’s event.
Joining us as a speaker at the conference will be artist and computer scientist Jonathan Harris. Known for innovative work that explores how humans relate to technology and to each other. He is the co-creator of We Feel Fine and has exhibited around the world at museums such as MoMA and Le Centre Pompidou.
His latest venture, Cowbird, is an online community that aims to offer a deeper and longer-lasting way for people to tell stories about their lives. As a slower-paced alternative to services like Twitter, Cowbird aims to be a rich public repository of human wisdom and experience.
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