Following on the heals of the successful December event, I’m hard at work on Supernova 2003, which will be July 8-9 in the Washington, DC area.
It’s going to be even better than the last one. Already, the speaker roster includes a former FCC Chairman, top executives of companies like Sun and Macromedia, the Bush Administration’s point person on tech policy, and one of Japan’s most successful Internet entrepreneurs.
Small enough for intense discussion and networking, big enough to attract a broad range of industry leaders and visionaries, Supernova is the year’s most dynamic technology conference. This time, we’re offering a limited number of sponsorship and exhibitor slots — see http://www.pulver.com/supernova/ for details. If you’re reading this blog, I hope you’ll consider coming.