(September 26, 2008) Tristan Harris, Co-Founder and CEO of Apture, talks about several new models of browsing, including web 2.0. He also demonstrates how these models are being applied to applications such as blogging and large online publishing websites.
Tristan Harris dropped out of the Stanford Computer Science Masters program to start Apture. A Mayfield Fellow with the Stanford Technology Ventures Program in entrepreneurship, Tristan is an alumnus of Wikia and has two pending patents from his work at Apple Computer. When not evangelizing Apture, he spends his time playing Yann Tiersen music on the piano and dancing Argentine Tango in San Francisco. Tristan holds a BS in Computer Science from Stanford, with a focus in Human Computer Interaction.
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