How to Build a Digital City—Marc Canter (Medea Talks #7)

MARC CANTER is CEO of Broadband Mechanics, which produces People Aggregator, a social networking tool. He’s a trained opera singer, father of five, change agent, and a 25+ year software veteran. At one point he was called “the father of multimedia.” Previously, he was a founder of the company that became Macromedia. His blog, Marc’s Voice, frequently critiques other Internet luminaries and competitors. Now he teaches at Case Western Reserve University and is working on a project called “The Digital City.” He considers himself “a citizen of the world.”

Moderator: Ingrid Elam, deputy vice chancellor, Malmö University

This MEDEA Talk was organized by MEDEA’s entrepreneur-in-residence, Bob Jacobson.