Videos and Slides

General links:

  • Slides (SlideShare.net)
  • Videos (Stephanie Booth, Viddler.com)
  • Videos (Rob Cawte, Viddler.com)
  • Videos (Rob Cawte, Ustream.tv)

Specific links:

    Sunday, 2nd March 2008
  • Ajit Jaokar - Privacy and revocation, two sides of the same coin: using Google OpenSocial APIs to illustrate a new privacy model for the social web - Video
  • Dan Brickley - Stuff I've been thinking about lately / Whatever I can get - Video, Slides
  • Stephanie Booth - The case for structured portable social networks (SPSNs) and insight from a user perspective - Video, Video 2, Slides
  • John Breslin - DataPortability.org, web standards, SIOC and FOAF - Video, Video 2, Slides
  • Ben Ward - Microformats for social network portability: an overview and demos of current XFN / hCard / OpenID solutions - Video, Video 2
  • Uldis Bojars - FOAF for social network portability, including the Social Graph API - Video, Slides
  • Anders Conbere - Using XMPP to store relationship data, problems with this model, and how oAuth could help - Video, Video 2
  • Breakout session - FOAF, microformats, OpenSocial API, Social Graph API, XMPP, be techie and be proud - Video, Video 2, Video 3
  • Panel discussion - Outcomes from the breakout sessions - Video, Video 2, Video 3
    Monday, 3rd March 2008
  • Salim Ismail - Entrepreneurship and social media - Video, <!-- Video 2, Video 3, Video 4, --> Slides
  • Joe Lamantia - The DIY future: what happens when everyone designs social media? Practical suggestions for handling new ethical dilemmas - Video, Slides
  • Mark Bernstein - Neovictorian, nobitic, and narrative: ancient anticipations and the meaning of weblogs - Video, Video 2
  • Anna Rogozinska - Everyday body regimes: the construction of self in weblogs about dieting - Video, Video 2, Video 3, <!-- Video 4, Video 5, --> Slides
  • Matt Colebourne - Conversation tracking technologies: how to improve communication in a UGC world - <!-- Video, Video 2, --> Slides
  • Paul Miller - Realising potential in the web of relationships - Slides
  • Hugo Pardo Kuklinski, Joel Brandt - Campus M├│vil: designing a mobile Web 2.0 startup for higher education uses
  • Jon Hoem - Memoz: spatial webpublishing - <!-- Video, Video 2, --> Slides
  • Jan Blanchard, Conor Wade, John G. Breslin, Conor Hayes - A proposed semantic recommender network for trip planning
    Tuesday, 4th March 2008
  • Nova Spivack - Semantic social software: the Semantic Web for consumers / Making sense of the Semantic Web - Slides
  • David Cushman - The long tail, and why multiple identities make it just a little bit longer - Slides
  • Antonio Tapiador, Antonio Fumero, Joaquin Salvachua - Extended identity for social networks
  • Jose M. Noguera, Beatriz Correyero - The impact of Politics 2.0 in Spanish social media: tracking conversations around audiovisual political wars
  • Panel discussion - From blog-style commentary to conversational social media - Video
  • Michael Breidenbr├╝cker - Let's face it: Web 2.0 is all about advertising - Video
  • Andera Gadeib - MindVoyager: an interactive journey through the collective thoughts of a selected target group - Video
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  • Martha Rotter - Building blogs and mashing them up with Windows Live Services and Popfly - Video
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  • Robert Mao - Social blog: turning a blog into a decentralised social network - <!-- Video, --> Slides
  • Brian O'Donovan, Gabriela Avram, Liam Bannon - What is happening behind the firewall? The emerging role of social software in IBM - Video, <!-- Video 2, --> Slides
  • Hak-Lae Kim, John G. Breslin - int.ere.st: SCOT-based tag sharing services - Slides