Web 2.0 Expo returns to San Francisco April 22-25, at Moscone West. Now in its second year, the Expo will feature nine tracks, over 100 sessions, more than 150 exhibitors, Web2Open — an “unconference” — and more. Recent additions to the lineup include keynotes from Mitchell Baker, chairman of the Mozilla Foundation and Mozilla Corp., and Aristotle “Ari” Balogh, chief technology officer at Yahoo.
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