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We were on a roll, and kept delivering these events around the world, until everything changed after September 11th, 2001. It wasn’t as easy to travel, and everything just got hard. My next event, a bit outside the developer space, was Web 2.0. I met Dale Dougherty through my work in the developer conference world. Dale, a co-founder of O’Reilly Media, had an idea about the next generation of the web, and had an idea for an event called Web 2.0. We worked together and formed a joint venture around the brand and launched the first Web 2.0 in October 2004. (Interesting fact, Web 2.0 is the millionth word in the English language and is credited to Dale Dougherty). In 2005 I found myself working on the launches of two new events, Maker Faire and Dwell on Design. I made the decision to stay with Maker Faire as I loved the energy and the opportunity to build and grow it into a global brand and really liked the concept of open source (with a collaborative, participatory audience and focus). The rest is history. Thirteen years later, a global brand is flourishing and through a network of global producers, there are over 250 Maker Faires around the world in 45 countries.
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