Since Pete Cashmore created Mashable in Scotland a decade ago, its goal has been to document the digital revolution and how it empowers and inspires people around the globe.
In their 10 years of existence, Mashable has been witness to a lot, from the the rise of social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat, to the fall of world leaders. They’ve seen the spread of social media to all corners of the globe and reported on its profound impact and influence on nearly every aspect of our daily lives. Mashable has grown up from a small, one-author blog about web tools and emerging social networks to the web’s largest independent news website dedicated to covering digital culture, social media and technology.
From the start, Mashable followed the rise of Web 2.0 and the way it reimagined the way people communicated, collaborated and shared ideas and information. Fast-forward to today, and technology has impacted nearly every facet of our daily lives, from the way we do business to the way we interact with media and entertainment.
On Thursday February 26, join Pete Cashmore, Founder and CEO of Mashable, in conversation with Toby Daniels, Founder of Social Media Week and CEO of Crowdcentric, as they take a look at how digital media has evolved and where it’s heading.
For more information on Pete Cashmore‘s talk and to secure your pass for the week, visit Social Media Week.