New York, NY (PRWEB) September 15, 2008
As the internet continues to offer us more ways to connect with one another, and consume and share content, it presents a daily challenge for people to filter, organize and digest the information that's most relevant. Paul Christen will discuss new tools, technologies, and techniques that are emerging for addressing the growing challenge of information overload on the Web. The solution lies in tapping into all relevant information streams, organizing everything, and distilling out just the manageable subset that is the most relevant to specific areas of interest.
When: Surviving and Thriving Amidst Information Overload
10:30 AM EDT, Thursday, September 18, 2008
Room # A04/05
Where: Web 2.0 Expo New York
Javits Center, New York, NY
Product Demonstrations at Eluma Booth # 1811 and #1813
Who: Paul H.P. Christen is the chief technology officer for Eluma, a Tewksbury, Mass.-based software company that is focused on solving the problem of information overload. Paul has more than twenty years of networking experience. Prior to Eluma, Paul served as the Chief Architect for Mirror Image Internet, where he set the overall technical direction for their Internet products. Previously, he was the Director of Operations for a large New England ISP where he was responsible for network planning and deployment, as well as selecting and implementing new technologies.
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Eluma was founded on the premise that finding the most relevant information on the Internet and keeping it organized should be simple and fun. Eluma builds software that improves personal Web organization and productivity while helping people discover and share the best of the Web. Eluma launched Eluma 1.0, which was available only to brands, at DEMOfall 2006, the premier launch venue for new products, technologies and companies, where it was awarded the prestigious DEMOgod award. Eluma recently introduced Eluma 2.0, a productivity tool that extends the capabilities of Eluma 1.0 to address the needs of users and enterprises, in addition to brands. Eluma is a privately-funded software company located in Tewksbury, Massachusetts.