is an informal, cross-disciplinary network sponsored by Federal Government with a common interest in information, science, and technology and their impact on global and societal activities. [more]
exclusive with a clip on his innovative framework for thinking about social organization and evolution: TIMN, for Tribes + Institutions + Markets + Networks. He explains that while all four of these forms have existed since human society began, they mature at different rates because each form requires a new communications technology revolution to achieve maximum utility.
Industry, academia, government, and professionals from a variety of fields share their knowledge and insights about the development and effects of technologies in the information realm. Some of the areas explored by the Forum are emerging technologies, organizational development, economic competition, and the changing concept of security, writ large. The Forum provides no formal reports or consensus recommendations, but rather serves as a catalyst for creativity and enhanced decision-making. Discussions are off-the-record and not for attribution.