Here are the slides we have gathered so far. If you have others, please e-mail us. * In the case of multiple authors, the presenters are indicated with an asterisk.

2nd March 2008
09:15 WebCamp SNP keynote talks: Ajit Jaokar (Futuretext), Dan Brickley (FOAF Project)
10:30 Tea, coffee and a scone / danish
11:00 WebCamp SNP presentations: Uldis Bojārs, Stephanie Booth, John G. Breslin, Anders Conbere, Ben Ward
13:00 Finger buffet: marinated chicken kebabs with mango and mint salsa; a selection of wraps and sandwiches with various fillings; warm tartlet of red onion and goat’s cheese; exotic fruit kebabs, glazed with honey; freshly brewed tea and coffee; mineral water
14:00 WebCamp SNP breakout sessions
15:45 Tea and coffee
16:00 WebCamp SNP panel discussion
17:30 End of workshop
18:00 Welcoming reception and drinks
Aula Maxima, University College Cork
21:00 Optional blogger's dinner
You must sign up to indicate your attendance and to ensure a seat, the wiki invite key is "Cork"
3rd March 2008
09:15 Keynote talk: Salim Ismail (Yahoo!) (Welcome and introduction by Tom Raftery)
Entrepreneurship and social media
10:00 Joe Lamantia (Keane)
The DIY future: what happens when everyone designs social media? Practical suggestions for handling new ethical dilemmas
10:30 Tea, coffee and a scone / danish
11:00 Mark Bernstein (Eastgate Systems Inc.)
Neovictorian, nobitic, and narrative: ancient anticipations and the meaning of weblogs
11:30 Anna Rogozinska (Institute of Polish Culture, Warsaw University)
Everyday body regimes: the construction of self in weblogs about dieting
12:00 Panel discussion: Sean McGrath, Bill de hÓra, Conor O'Neill, Ben Ward
Mashups, microformats and the mobile web
13:00 Buffet lunch in Poacher's Bar: chicken curry with lemon rice
14:00 Keynote talk: Matt Colebourne (coComment) (Introduction by Jan Schmidt)
Conversation tracking technologies: how to improve communication in a UGC world
14:45 Paul Miller (Talis)
Realising potential in the web of relationships
15:15 Sponsored demonstration: Jeremy Ruston (Osmosoft, BT)
The further adventures of TiddlyWiki
15:45 Tea and coffee
16:00 Hugo Pardo Kuklinski* (University of Vic), Joel Brandt (Stanford University)
Campus Móvil: designing a mobile Web 2.0 startup for higher education uses
16:30 Jon Hoem (The Media Centre, Bergen University College)
Memoz: spatial webpublishing
17:00 Jan Blanchard*, Conor Wade (Tourist Republic), John G. Breslin, Conor Hayes (DERI)
A proposed semantic recommender network for trip planning
17:30 End of day
20:00 Conference dinner
The Kingsley Hotel
4th March 2008
09:15 Keynote talk: Nova Spivack (Introduction by John Breslin)
Semantic social software: the Semantic Web for consumers
10:00 David Cushman (emap)
The long tail, and why multiple identities make it just a little bit longer
10:30 Tea, coffee and a scone / danish
11:00 Antonio Tapiador*, Antonio Fumero, Joaquin Salvachua (Universidad Politecnica de Madrid)
Extended identity for social networks
11:30 Jose M. Noguera, Beatriz Correyero* (Catholic University of Murcia, Spain)
The impact of Politics 2.0 in Spanish social media: tracking conversations around audiovisual political wars
12:00 Panel discussion: Stephanie Booth, Bernard Goldbach, Donncha O Caoimh, Jan Schmidt
From blog-style commentary to conversational social media
13:00 Seated two-course lunch in Otters Restaurant: braised breast of duck, chorizo with wilted spinach butter sauce, or pan-seared sea bass, mizuna and citrus salad; warm pear and almond tart with vanilla ice cream, or mixed berry cheesecake with fruit compote; tea and coffee
14:00 Keynote talk: Michael Breidenbrücker (Lovely Systems, (Introduction by Thomas Burg)
Let's face it: Web 2.0 is all about advertising
14:45 Andera Gadeib (Dialego)
MindVoyager: an interactive journey through the collective thoughts of a selected target group
15:15 Sponsored demonstration: Martha Rotter (Microsoft)
Building blogs and mashing them up with Windows Live Services and Popfly
15:45 Tea and coffee
16:00 Robert Mao (Microsoft)
Social blog: turning a blog into a decentralised social network
16:30 Brian O'Donovan* (IBM), Gabriela Avram*, Liam Bannon (University of Limerick)
What is happening behind the firewall? The emerging role of social software in IBM
17:00 Hak-Lae Kim*, John G. Breslin (DERI, National University of Ireland, Galway) SCOT-based tag sharing services
17:30 Wrap-up and end of conference