Web 2.0 Conference

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Ben Huh - Becoming One with Internet Culture

Ben Huh of the website I Can Has Cheezburger, speaks about the Internet as a global trend that allows people to share what they have on their minds. People use the Internet every day and never stop to think that this can be called a "cultural action". What would happen if absolutely everyone could be given a computer? How would the world and human culture change in this case?
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Lili Cheng - Making Social More Fun

Lili Cheng and her team at Microsoft's Future Social Experiences (FUSE) Lab take the challenge of making social networking more engaging while increasing productivity. Cheng, in this recording from the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco (May, 2010), demonstrates the various social networking tools developed at the Fuse Lab designed to create a worthwhile social experience.
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Tim O'Reilly - State of the Internet Operating System

Tim O'Reilly describes the state of the internet operating system. As more services and data move from computers onto the internet, there are new opportunities to create value as well as new risks for lock-in. Google, Microsoft, Apple, Facebook: which has the right strategy?
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Mark Drummond - A Conversational Approach to Search

Do you set up feeds and alerts, and jigger social sites as headline aggregators? How do you get news on your favorite topics and find out about things you didn't know you wanted to know? And how do you stay informed without showing your hand? Mark Drummond, CEO of Wowd, offers 'a discovery tool for the real-time web.' It dynamically ranks listings. Alert information stays on your machine, while its indexing happens in the cloud, promising the freshest, most relevant results.
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Tim Berners-Lee - The Future of the Web

In this interview from the 2009 Web 2.0 conference, Tim O'Reilly talks with Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web and Director of the World Wide Web Consortium. Berners-Lee talks about his expectations for the Web when he created it, his thoughts on how it has changed with growth and his concerns for its future.
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Caterina Fake - Start Your Company Now

Caterina Fake, co-founder of Flickr, tells us why she thinks that a climate of economic gloom such as the current one is the best time to start your own business, why simplifying a design and taking things away from it adds more power, and what her most recent New York based Web 2.0 venture, named Hunch, is all about.
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The Flow of Information through Social Media

The term "Web 2.0" refers to the changes in the structure and composition of the Internet as it moves toward greater accessibility and participation. In this speech to the Web 2.0 conference, danah boyd, who has spent her professional career researching the Web's development, gives her analysis of where the Internet is headed and how to help it get there.
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Chris Brogan - The Serendipity Engine

"The opportunity to innovate starts with doing something that hasn't been done yet", Chris Brogan presses in this lively, sardonic speech about ten minutes in length, in which the blogger and President of New Marketing Labs, a social media agency, advises businesses and individuals alike on how to utilize to the best capacity the web's power to connect them to their communities.
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A Conversation with Jay Adelson and Kevin Rose

Digg.com, one of the most successful social media websites, has over 40 million users, amounting to about 20,000 submissions a day, but young CEO Jay Adelson wants more. In this candid conversation with Brady Forrest "serial entrepreneurs" Adelson and his Partner Kevin Rose share with us where Digg fits into the "huge volume of stuff", as Adelson puts it, on the World Wide Web, and their plans for its future.
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John Battelle talks to Brian Roberts

As the release of smart phones and tablet PCs fill technology reports Brian Roberts reminds us that cable TV is still a part of most people's lifestyle. Talking about the development of On Demand television and an impending application store for your TV, the idea of technological convergence between computer and TV seems ever closer. John Battelle challenges Roberts to answer questions on the future of cable in an online video world.
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