Thursday, May 29, 2008
The Wall Street Journal All Things Digital conference video archive can be accessed here.
It features a who's who of the digital and media world from Bill Gates to Steve Jobs to Rupert Murdoch to Mark Zuckerberg to name a few.
Friday, May 2, 2008
As the site explains...
Our world is growing increasingly complex, dynamic and multi-dimensional. And so is our communication. The see conference is dedicated to new approaches that are being developed in the fields of design, art, architecture, multimedia and economy to confront this complexity and to transform the immense flood of information into useable knowledge.
The interesting range of speaker videos can be accessed here.
As the name suggests this is a one of a kind conference experiment in finding interestingness through randomness organized by the ex-advertising planner and blogger extraordinaire of random interestingness - Russell Davies. Making usefulness out of it is entirely up to your interests in life and beyond. Click on the featured speakers and access the videos.
Access the key presentation videos here.
Featured speakers include Matt Mullenweg (WordPress), Matt Cutts (Google), Jonathan Schwartz (Sun Microsystems), Marc Andreessen (Ning), Clay Shirky (NYU), Amit Mital (Microsoft), Max Levchin (Slide)
Tuesday, January 8, 2008
Wednesday, January 2, 2008
The mobility event of the year from Nokia can be viewed here.
Key speakers include Chris Anderson (Wired), Rory Sutherland (Ogilvy), Phil Brown (Nokia), Bob Iannucci (Nokia), Mark Selby (Nokia) to name a few.
The full video archive of the fourth edition of the Paris conference Le Web 3 is available here.
Speakers and participants include Loic Le Meur, Dan Rose (Facebook), Chris Alden (Six Apart), Hans Rosling, Philippe Starck, Rafi Haladjan (Nabaztag), Nelson Mattos (Google), Tariq Karim (NetVibes), Gerd Leonhard, Hugh MacLeod (Gaping Void), Mark Read (WPP), Shahram Izadi (Microsoft Research), Doc Searls, Janus Friis (Joost) and David Weinberger to name a few.
The inaugural New Yorker conference videos can be accessed here or alternatively here.
Such luminaries as Malcolm Gladwell, Tim Wu, Cory A. Booker, Jonathan Haidt, Will Wright, Barry Diller, Arianna Huffington, Craig Newmark, Dan Barber, Marianne Cusato and Adam Lowry talk about such varied topics as genius, intellectual property, urban life, morality, gaming, the web and solutions that can shape the future for the better.