Web 2.0 Summit: The Future Strategy of Web Technologies

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Web 2.0 Summit: Points of Control

More than any time in the history of the Web, incumbents in the network economy are consolidating their power and staking new claims to key points of control.  The Web 2.0 Summit, hosted by John Battelle ( @johnbattelle ) and Tim O’Reilly ( @timoreilly ) was packed with brilliant thoughts from intelligent leaders in the web / business space.  New business innovators from Google, Twitter, Facebook, Baidu, and many other properties in the global web space eagerly shared their current insights and ideas about the future.  This year’s theme was about Points of Control, as you can see in this interactive Points of Contorl Map.  You can learn more about this map here.  Thanks to O’Reilly Meida for another great event.

Web 2.0 Summit: Points of Control

Five Key Strategies From The Web 2.0 Summit

  1. Go Social/Mobile or Become Irrelevant
  2. Build A Diverse Empire, Measure, Refine
  3. Learn Everything You Can About Social Behavior
  4. Share Value of Collective Intelligence
  5. Focus on User Experience

Fav Five Web 2.0 Summit Videos

Web 2.0 Summit (formerly named Web 2.0 Conference) brings the intelligence, innovation, and leadership of the Internet industry together in one place at one time. Through incisive plenary sessions, frank onstage conversations, rapid-fire “high order bits,” and Launch Pad, visionaries and executives from across the Internet economy present their unique perspective on the Web’s future. Web 2.0 Summit is brought to you in partnership with O’Reilly Media, Inc. and TechWeb and moderated by John Battelle, Program Chair, and O’Reilly CEO and founder, Tim O’Reilly in association with Federated Media.  You can see all the Web 2.0 Summit videos here.  I have included five of my favorite videos below.

Web 2.0 Summit 2010: “A Conversation with Google’s Eric Schmidt”

Watch the conversation with Google’s Erick Schmidt video here.

Web 2.0 Summit 2010: “A Conversation with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg”

Watch this conversation with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg video here.

Web 2.0 Summit 2010: “A Conversation with Twitter’s Evan Williams”

Watch this conversation with Twitter’s Evan Williams video here.

Web 2.0 Summit 2010: Mary Meeker on “Internet Trends”

Watch this “Internet Trends” presentation by Mary Meeker video here.

Web 2.0 Summit 2010: Zynga’s Mark Pincus on “Playing for High Stakes in the New App Economy”

Watch this Social Gaming presentation by Zynga’s Mark Pincus here.

Fav Five Places

  1. Live Blogging Baidu CEO Robin Li At Web 2.0 Summit
  2. The TechCrunch Guide to the Web 2.0 Summit
  3. Google CEO: Android update “could replace credit cards”
  4. Web 2.0 Summit November 15-17 San Francsico, Part 6–Mark Zuckerberg Keynote Interview
  5. Web 2.0 Summit focuses on mapping Net economy’s ‘points of control’

Web 2.0 Expo: The Future of the Web, A Platform Strategy

You can learn how to use persuasive design to encourage positive user behavior and more from these Web 2.0 Expo videos here.

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Fav Five Faces

Who is on your “Fantasy Innovation Team” this week?

Here are amazing people that have connected me to new friends and new ideas this week. You might be familiar with “Fantasy Football Teams” , well this is my “Fantasy Innovation Team” this week. I recommend following these smart, creative people on Twitter.

timoreilly-twitter Founder and CEO, O’Reilly Media. Watching the alpha geeks, sharing their stories, helping the future unfold. http://twitter.com/timoreilly
johnbattelle-twitter Media, Technology, Culture, Business http://twitter.com/johnbattelle
ev-twitter Farm boy from Nebraska. Husband and father. Co-founder of Twitter. http://twitter.com/ev
ericschmidt-twitter CEO Google http://twitter.com/ericschmidt
timberners_lee-twitter Director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) w3.org, the place to agree on web standards. Founded new webfoundation.org – let the web serve humanity http://twitter.com/timberners_lee

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