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September 15th, 2004

Accelerating Change 2004 - Nanotechnology Now $50 Discount

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The conference organizer, the Institute for the Study of Accelerating Change, is offering Nanotechnology Now readers a registration discount of $50 off the regular admission of $450. To receive the discount, register with the promotional code "AC2004-NANOTECHNOW." An additional $100 will be saved by registering before September 30.

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Accelerating Change 2004 - Nanotechnology Now $50 Discount

The 2004 Accelerating Change Conference: "Physical Space, Virtual Space and Interface" will be held at Stanford University on November 5-7.

This unique event will feature 36 leaders in change and professional development, including:

  • Shai Agassi, Executive Board Member, SAP
  • Doug Engelbart, Co-Inventor of hypertext and creator of the mouse
  • Peter Norvig, Director of Search Quality, Google
  • Jim Spohrer, Director of Almaden Services Research, IBM Almaden
  • Peter Thiel, Co-Founder and Former CEO, PayPal
  • Will Wright, Creator of The Sims

The conference organizer, the Institute for the Study of Accelerating Change, is offering Nanotechnology Now readers a registration discount of $50 off the regular admission of $450. To receive the discount, register with the promotional code "AC2004-NANOTECHNOW." An additional $100 will be saved by registering before September 30.

AC2004 will analyze the intersection of three monumental trends: the accelerating interconnectivity of the physical world, the increasing accuracy of the simulated world, and the growing intelligence of the physical-virtual, human-machine interface. Speakers will emphasize a balanced mix of forecasting, market analysis and strategic planning -- all essential for professional development in technology companies.

For more information, contact John Smart at mail@accelerating.org or (310) 831-4191.

Copyright Institute for the Study of Accelerating Change

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