Joseph Smarr is a software engineer at Google, focused on socially enabling the web using open standards.
Previously, he was Plaxo's Chief Technology Officer, where he led their initiative to open up the social web, starting with co-authoring the Bill of Rights for Users of the Social Web in 2007.
He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the OpenID Foundation. A frequent speaker and community participant in the social networking and web development communities, Joseph has built web applications for many years. Joseph has a BS and MS from Stanford University in Artificial Intelligence.
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|Apr 4, 2016||PRWeb Sitemap - Dreaming Big With Google’s DeepDream Neural Net Visualization Code|
|Sep 3, 2014||Mattermark - Mattermark Daily – Wednesday, September 3rd|
|Nov 4, 2013||FinSMEs - MediaSpike Raises $5.2M in Series A Funding|
|Nov 4, 2013||Venture Beat - MediaSpike raises $5.2M from army of investors for in-game ads|
|Jul 17, 2013||TechCrunch - mon.ki raises 400000 in seed round|
|Apr 26, 2012||The Next Web - mon.ki Cleans Your Social Feeds for Better Browsing|
|Apr 26, 2012||TechCrunch - Mon.ki Is Building A Rapportive For The Web|
|Feb 1, 2012||TechCrunch - Path, Google+ And Jack Dorsey At The 2011 Crunchies: Comebacks Win|