CreativeMornings is a morning lecture series for creative types, being held at the Gladstone Hotel on Friday, January 25, 2013. This event takes place in 29 cities worldwide on a monthly basics. Each month in Toronto, over 100 attendees join a selected speaker as they share their vision and creative insight. This month’s speaker is Mark Surman, Executive Director of the Mozilla Foundation.
Doors open and coffee served at 8:30 am. Lecture begins at 9:00 am.
More About Mark Surman:
A community activist and technology executive of 20+ years, Mark currently serves as the Executive Director of the Mozilla Foundation, makers of Firefox and one of the largest social enterprises in the world. At Mozilla, he is focused on using the open technology and ethos of the web to transform fields such as education, journalism and filmmaking. Mark has overseen the development of Popcorn.js, which Wired has called the future of online video; the Open Badges initiative, launched by the US Secretary of Education; and the Knight Mozilla News Technology partnership, which seeks to reinvent the future of digital journalism.
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