Look At What These Great Minds Shared At The Web 2.0 Summit
I’m so excited about attending Web 2.0 Summit 2009, but more on that later. I want to share some of these amazing conversations from the Web 2.0 Summit 2008 with you. Have you ever asked yourself what is the web really about? How does Social Media work and what does it mean to me? How does Web 2.0 impact the world? Can we use the web to solve real world issues? What’s next?
Web 2.0 Summit 2009
I am fortunate enough to work for a company that believes understanding the future of technology is important. I will be attending the Web 2.0 Summit 2009 thanks to Booz Allen Hamilton. This event will gather the greatest thought leaders from around the world for engaging conversations about how to put the power of this platform we call the web to work for positive change. Understanding this platform’s core philosophies of collective intelligence, openness, & transparency will lead us into new business models and into a new era. I hope to see you there!
Web 2.0 Summit 2008
The theme for the Web 2.0 summit 2008 was “Web Meets World”. A lot of the conversation was about how the web is reshaping the fabric of society. Tim O’Reilly through O’Reilly Media has been gracious enough to share many of these conversations in video format. You can also subscribe to these video through iTunes. I have many of these video on my iPhone and enjoy watching them as I’m standing in line or just need to get my geek fix on the go. I have included a few video here, but I encourage you to visit the Web 2.0 Summit 2008 site for videos, images, reviews, & much more information from these great thinkers. When using Apple iTunes to subscribe and download these videos to your iPod, iTouch, or iPhone, be sure to check out the one that discusses the difference between user genterated content and collective intelligence (my favorite).
Web 2.0 Summit: Social Media Behaviors by Isaac Mao (Social Brain Foundation)
The Social Media fabric is woven with Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 to form collaborative media. Listen to this quick talk about “Sharisum” and micro-content. The explosion of connections, contents, and social filtering are explored as we move through media industry changes.
Web 2.0 Summit: Cloud Computing – The Future Web
Cloud computing, an optimized delivery channel for offering software and infrastructure as a service. The cloud model creates many very exciting opportunities.
Web 2.0 Summit: The Platform Advantage
See and hear what the leaders from Google, Microsoft, Facebook, MySpace, and Slide have to say about the platform advantage. Stimulating new economics from the explosive growth of business models around platform services. The “Open Web” is re-defining “Innovation”. I believe we should increase our awareness of the internet is a platform as we move forward with our information architecture.
Web 2.0 Summit: Web 3.0 Semantic Web – Intelligent Applications
Leaders from Radar Networks, Powerset, Metaweb discuss how new technologies use relationships to organize information.
Web 2.0 Summit: Internet & Tech Trends by Mary Meeker
Reviewing this information reminded me of a previous post about Web 2.0: A Strategy Guide by Amy Shuen, take a look.
- Are you attending Web 2.0 Summit 2009?
- Have you attended a previous Web 2.0 Summit?
- What are your tips for attendees?