Zion 2.0: Building the Kingdom in an Online, LinkedIn, Open Source world The young people of today are a web-savvy, plugged-in, multitasking generation. Immersed in media, they employ social networks on a scale never before seen. They are more connected and technically sophisticated than any previous generation-a fact that is changing social dynamics and the meaning of community. Rather than passively consuming, this generation expects to create, contribute, and critique. Institutions can no longer fully control the flow of information, and attempting to do so can be disastrous. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the gospel it represents are not immune to these changing dynamics. This session will discuss the implications, opportunities, and risks of the networked culture for the future of the Church.
Rory Swensen, John Nakamura Remy