Web 2.0, Creativity, and the 8-Month-Old Baby Who Didn’t Crawl

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“There are some really weird, creative companies that are succeeding now in Web 2.0.” With Web 2.0’s recent explosion of creativity, Halley Suitt, prominent blogger, CEO and publisher of Top 10 Sources observes that how companies manage creativity and work with creative people ultimately determines whether companies make or break it, especially in the Web 2.0 space.

In a lively, humorous discussion peppered with opinions and unconventional anecdotes from the audience at Gnomedex, Suitt covers key pointers on nurturing creative environments and cultures among teams and developers.

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