Topic: The Internet and the World Wide Web
Google Wave is early in its introduction and testing phase. In this presentation from the 2009 Emerging Communications Conference, Stephanie Hannon, along with Lars Rasmussen, leads this highly interactive demo and Q&A session, giving attendees a look at Wave's features, profile, and direction.
Jerry Michalski demonstrates the user interface and features of TheBrain, a concept-map application for your mind. He takes questions from the audience which delve into the deeper implications, uses, and future of the software.
For twelve years, Michalski has recorded, connected, and added links to over 112,000 of his thoughts in TheBrain, so he's well placed to discuss how the application helps him organize and access his ideas and how it affects his lifestyle.
Joel and Jeff sit down with sysadmin extraordinaire Tom Limoncelli of Everything Sysadmin to discuss IPV6, dumb things for System Administrators to check, and the sysadmin community as reflected in Server Fault.
In this conversation with Martin Hepp, host Jon Udell explores GoodRelations, the e-commerce ontology that was also discussed in an earlier interview with Kingsley Idehen. When annotated using GoodRelations, pages describing products and services can be found and compared far more effectively than is possible on today's web.
Joel and Jeff sit down with Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates backstage at the Business of Software 2009 conference.
What are the key pieces policy makers must understand about the intersection of technology trends and digital economics to create broadband policies that make sense? What are the best roles of regulators, users, and industry in creating a rich environment for the powerful convergence of media and communications? Richard Whitt, Senior Policy Director at Google, provides a new framework for building better broadband policy in this Emerging Communications Conference 2009 presentation.
In this Where 2.0 talk Ted Morgan, co-founder of Skyhook Wireless, has three things to say about the explosion of location based applications: the breadth of apps now available is excitingly diverse (and he has examples to prove it), fascinating usage patterns are emerging (and he has the data and analysis to demonstrate it), and web developers interested in adding location into their websites should know about Skyhook's new service Loki.
Seven time Tour de France winner and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong and serial entrepreneur Richard Rosenblatt have at least one thing in common: they both believe in social connections in social media. Rosenblatt interviews Armstrong at the 2008 O'Reilly Web 2.0 Conference about how they connected, how useful and positive social media can be and how it can be spread across everything, including health and wellness issues.
Joel and Jeff discuss the meaning of "professionalism" online, the divide between ad-subsidized and pay business models, and the five things everyone should hate about their favorite programming language.
Ben and Dion join Scott and Phil to discuss their move from Mozilla to Palm. They review how Palm uses web technologies to build Palm Pre apps. They also assess developer programs and talk about Palm's to present examples of good ones.