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  1. Triangulation 47 | TWiT.TV

    Jeff Clavier is the Founder and Managing Partner of SoftTech VC, one of the most active seed stage investors in Web 2.0 startups.


    —Huffduffed by brianmfranklin one month ago

  2. Social Media in der Wissenschaftskommunikation: Podcasting

    Der zweite Teil des Podcasts über Social Media in der Wissenschaftskommunikation dreht sich um Audio und Video.


    —Huffduffed by Brice187 one year ago

  3. Social Media in der Wissenschaftskommunikation

    Das Web 2.0 hat Hochschulen, Forschungs- und Wissenschaftseinrichtungen neue Möglichkeiten erschlossen, mit der Öffentlichkeit zu kommunizieren. Wie nutzen sie die sozialen Netzwerke im Internet? Ein zweiteiliger Podcast des Stifterverbandes ist der Frage nachgegangen.


    —Huffduffed by Weltenkreuzer one year ago

  4. What is Web 2.0?

    User experience designer and upcoming author, Andy Budd, discussed how the web is moving from a document delivery system to an application platform. Andy attempted to define what Web 2.0 really means and looked at some of the technologies and applications making this transition possible.


    —Huffduffed by dConstruct 2 years ago

  5. The 404 930: Where we go thermonuclear war (podcast) | The 404 Podcast - CNET Blogs

    Believe it or not, we still have our jobs after welcoming Jim Lanzone, president of CBS Interactive, on yesterday’s show. Today’s episode runs down the announcements at the Web 2.0 summit, Google’s Infinite Bookcase, new Coke vending machines, and an archive of every live concert, ever! Read this blog post by Justin Yu on The 404 Podcast.


    —Huffduffed by cnetcatchup2 2 years ago

  6. 21st Century Skills

    The 21st Century Skills Movement seeks to reform education to better prepare students for success in the modern workplace. Those skills include creativity, innovation, critical thinking, communication and collaboration. We’ll talk to some Silicon Valley veterans who are working to help students attain these skills. And we’ll find out why the movement has encountered opposition from some education leaders, who favor an emphasis on core content and knowledge.

    Guests: - Bernie Trilling, author of "21st Century Skills: Learning for Life in Our Times" and former global director of the Oracle Education Foundation - Gregg Witkin, digital media arts teacher at Boynton High School in Campbell - Miguel Salinas, senior manager of Adobe Youth Voices — a global philanthropic initiative that empowers youth from under-served communities with digital media tools so they can comment on their world and share ideas - Randy Nelson, head of artistic development and training at DreamWorks Animation and former dean of Pixar University

    —Huffduffed by eflclassroom 3 years ago

  7. Tummelvision Episode 3

    Deb and Kevin chat with two of the women who helped make what gets called “community” in the “web 2.0″ world work. Heather videos in from the airport for a minute. Champ and Oates were both involved in the creation of Flickr, considered the first real “web 2.0″ site and a model of a strong community using social media. There’s no one who knows more about what design and community features and human interactions affect social engagement online. Champ and Oates are insightful and witty. They’re the opposite of Big Brother. But they are watching you.


    —Huffduffed by 40thieves 4 years ago

  8. Tim O’Reilly: The War for the Web

    The early days of the internet were truly astonishing. As people came to comprehend the power of networked information, they seized the many opportunities for innovation created by the open architecture of the web. Of course, the browser wars also showed that threats to openness and interoperability were a real danger. Today, Tim O’Reilly worries that escalating competition between large companies and closed platforms may drive the web towards a battle ground of locked down services and proprietary data.


    —Huffduffed by adactio 4 years ago

  9. Building A Brand That Matters | Tony Hsieh, Zappos.com | Web 2.0 Conference

    In this presentation at the Web 2.0 Conference, Zappos.com CEO Tony Hsieh talks about his first business selling pizza in college, starting Link Exchange after college, and how he eventually ended up leading Zappos as the CEO. Tony discusses how his experience at Link Exchange influenced him to focus on corporate culture as a top priority, and why he thinks culture is so important to a company’s future growth and success.

    Tony talks about the internal vision of Zappos not just to be an Internet footware merchant, but to be a brand that is known for an excellent customer experience. He goes on to list a number of specific techniques that the company uses to enhance customer service, and explains why he thinks that the telephone is still one of the best branding devices available.

    How do you define culture? Tony talks about some of the core values of Zappos, and why it’s important to have values that aren’t just a plaque on a wall. These values permeate every aspect of the company, and Tony details some of the hiring and training practices that Zappos uses to ensure that every employee fits into the corporate culture.


    —Huffduffed by michele 4 years ago

  10. The Kojo Nnamdi Show - Tech Tuesday with Tim O’Reilly

    Tim O’Reilly says he wants to change the world by spreading new ideas about technology. He’s evangelized for open-source innovations and transparency. And he’s widely credited with coining the term "Web 2.0." Now he’s training his energy on transforming the way we interact with government. He joins Kojo for a Tech Tuesday conversation about the promises of "government 2.0."


    —Huffduffed by Clampants 4 years ago

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