Google+ The World 2 Come: May 2006

Monday, May 29, 2006

Audio of the Day: AudioBerkman

Keywords: Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard Law School (HLS), Harvard University

"AudioBerkman, a production of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, is an initiative to let you overhear what leading experts, industry executives, and Internet users have to say about some of the hottest subjects in cyberlaw, technology, and Internet politics."
Source: AudioBerkman

- Wikipedia
- Second Life
- Facebook
- digital learning
- digital media in China
- citizen media
- network neutrality
- beta business models
- broadcasting

- David Weinberger
- David Isenberg
- Dan Gillmor
- Martin Varsavsky
- Cory Ondrejka
- Joshua Schachter

3,000 links

Keywords:, tags

3,000 links in my account!

Blogs: blog

Getting Started with Social Bookmarking - Google Video
Evangelism - Google Video

Joshua Schachter - Berkman Podcasts

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Blog of the Day: KoreaCrunch

Keywords: South Korea, web 2.0

"Korean news, profiles and reviews of web 2.0 products and companies written by Channy Yun."
Source: KoreaCrunch
[via List of Web 2.0 Lists - Read/WriteWeb]

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Enterprise Blogs

Image: Reserved for Bloggers - Jeff Nolan

Jeff Nolan

Vinnie Mirchandani

Jason Wood


Zoli Erdos

Phil Wainewright

Jason Busch

Dennis Howlett

Enterprise Web 2.0

The CIO Weblog

CIO Blogs

Nicholas Carr

JP Rangaswami

Enterprise Web 2.0

eWEEK Weblogs

Innovation Creators

Enterprise Anti-matter

Enterprise Irregulars - Smart thinking for the smart enterprise

Audio of the Day: Inside Digital Media

Keywords: digital media

Inside Digital Media - Interviews
"Inside Digital Media, Inc. is a place where you can see and hear interviews with thought leaders in the Digital Media industries."

- Rafat Ali, Founder,
- Jesse James Garrett, Co-Founder, Adaptive Technologies
- Jan-Luc Blakborn, Director of Digital Entertainment, Hewlett-Packard
- James Belcher, Senior Analyst, eMarketer
- Andrew Keen, Founder,
- Rick Klau, Vice President, Business Development, FeedBurner
- Walt Mossberg, Personal Technology Editor, The Wall Street Journal
- Ed Baig, Personal Technology Editor, USA Today
- Jefferson Graham, Writer - Business Section, USA Today
- Dr. Timothy Chou, Author, THE END OF SOFTWARE
- Tim Beyers, Contributing Analyst, The Motley Fool
- Foy Sperring, Senior Vice President,
- LaSean Smith, Senior Product Manager, Motorola
- Mike Goodman, Senior Analyst, Yankee Group
- Cameron Stracher, Professor of Law, New York Law School
- Roy Goodman and Bob Kimball, CFO and General Counsel, Real Networks
- Adam Lashinsky, Senior Writer, Fortune Magazine

- AJAX and bandwidth efficiency
- Hewlett-Packard
- broadband IP services in France
- stock analysts and Wall Street
- the vaule in "old media" companies
- podcasting and iTunes
- the Intel-based Apple Computer
- podcasting and education
- software as a service (SaaS)
- Google and TiVo
- WebEx
- Motorola
- Rupert Murdoch's News Corp, Myspace and the internet

Monday, May 22, 2006

Audio of the Day: Sam Whitmore's Tech Media This Week

Keywords: technology, media, IT, journalism, business, PR

Sam Whitmore's Tech Media This Week
" looks behind the scenes at what's happening inside the business of tech media."

ZDNet, Ziff Davis, spam, BuzzMetrics-Intelliseek, Cymfony, CMP, Business 2.0, blogs, pitching, marketing, PR, InformationWeek,, Google, advertising, IDG, Silicon Valley, San Francisco Chronicle, Techdirt, Red Herring, Computerworld, podcasting, Fast Company, BusinessWeek, Condй Nast, Gnomedex, IT, Technorati, search engine, eWeek, Silicon Valley Watcher, BlogHer, Search Engine Strategies, ClickZ, Yankee Group,, CXO Media, The Economist, Cisco, Federated Media Publishing, The Register, MIT Technology Review, Yahoo, Blogspot, Forbes, Portable Media Expo, SMB

Tom Foremski, Mike Manuel, Giovanni Rodriguez, Phil Gomes, Jeremy Pepper, Dave Winer, Dana Gardner, Don Tennant, Daniel Lyons, Jason Pontin

Thursday, May 18, 2006

Audio of the Day: I of Innovation

Keywords: innovation

"Each week, we bring you fresh episodes focused on key aspects of emerging markets. We explore the process of innovation, talk with the entrepreneurs who are leading teams and trends, profile top venture and investment experts, and deliver insights and analysis based on our research."
Source: Guidewire Group

See also:
Audio of the Day: Marissa Mayer on Innovation at Google - The World 2 Come

Innovation - MIT OCW
Managing Innovation: Emerging Trends - MIT OCW
Managing the Innovation Process - MIT OCW

Thursday, May 11, 2006

Video of the Day: Stephen Colbert at the 2006 White House Correspondents Dinner

Keywords: Stephen Colbert

"At the annual White House Correspondents Association dinner, journalists presented youth scholarships and awards to colleagues for their work during the previous year. President Bush’s presentation included an impersonator, Steve Bridges, who 'interpreted' the president’s remarks for laymen. Following the president, comedian Stephen Colbert made humorous remarks about various current events and the relationship between the press and the White House. He also presented a video of a mock press conference which ended in a chase scene featuring long-time correspondent Helen Thomas."
Source: Official Google Video Blog

Stephen Colbert, Court Jester - Open Source

Stephen Colbert: Bloggers 1, Mainstream Media 0 - Technorati Weblog
Data Mining

Monday, May 08, 2006

Audio of the Day: We Media 2006 London

"The We Media Global Forum brings together the trailblazers of the connected society - the thinkers, innovators, investors, executives and activists seeking to tap the potential of digital networks connecting people everywhere.

Conducted at and hosted by The BBC and Reuters in London, the 2006 Forum includes a series of keynote, general and small group conversations and workgroups, as well as networking receptions and a World Cafй - a global 'town hall' meeting with Web, satellite, television and other avenues of participation from around the world.

Who Attends? Inaugurated in New York in 2005, We Media gathers about 300 international participants: senior executives, decision makers, storytellers, artists, investors and innovators from media, advertising, public relations, marketing, news, entertainment, finance, telecommunications, technology, philanthropy, government, NGOs, social activism and academia."
Source: We Media 2006 London

The Media Center conversation
We Media -
We Media - BuzzMachine
Where's the we in WeMedia? - Strange Attractor

We Media - Flickr

Friday, May 05, 2006

Person of the Day: Sigmund Freud

Keywords: psychology

"Sigmund Freud (May 6, 1856–September 23, 1939) was an Austrian neurologist and the founder of the psychoanalytic school of psychology. The theories distinctive of this school generally included hypotheses that (1) human development is best understood in terms of changing objects of sexual desire, (2) the psychic apparatus habitually represses wishes, usually of a sexual or aggressive nature, whereby they become preserved in one or more unconscious systems of ideas, (3) unconscious conflicts over repressed wishes have a tendency to manifest themselves in dreams, parapraxes ('Freudian slips'), and symptoms, (4) unconscious conflicts are the source of neuroses, and (5) neuroses can be treated through bringing the unconscious wishes and repressed memories to consciousness in psychoanalytic treatment."
Source: Wikipedia

Sigmund Freud - MIT OCW
Brain and Cognitive Sciences - MIT OCW
Sigmund Freud -
How Dreams Work - Howstuffworks

Sigmund Freud - MySpace
Cognitive Science -
Social and Personality Psychology - MySpace

Brain Waves
Cognitive Daily
Mind Hacks
Eide Neurolearning Blog
Play Journal

See also:
Person of the Day - The World 2 Come

Monday, May 01, 2006

Audio of the Day: The Long Now Foundation Seminars

Keywords: Long Now Foundation

The Long Now Foundation Seminars

- Vision: Wikipedia and the Future of Free Culture
- The Next 100 Years of Science: Long-term Trends in the Scientific Method
- Perfect Order: A Thousand Years in Bali
- Nuclear Power, Climate Change and the Next 10,000 Years
- The View from the End of the World
- Making Digital Durable: What Time Does to Categories
- The Difficulty of Looking Far Ahead
- Kurzweil's Law
- Patient Revolution: Human Rights Past and Future
- How Societies Fail-And Sometimes Succeed
- The 2ist Century Medieval City
- Time Capsule Behavior
- Cities & Time
- Very Long-term Very Large-scale Biomimicry
- The Political History of North America from 25,000 BC to 12,000 AD
- Religious War In Light of the Infinite Game
- The Consequences of Human Life Extension
- The Prospects of Human Life Extension
- The Long Green
- Progress on the 10,000-year Clock
- The Depopulation Problem
- The Search for Extra-terrestrial Intelligence: Necessarily a Long-term Strategy
- The Singularity: Your Future as a Black Hole
- Mapping Time
- Third World Conservation: It's ALL Gardening
- The Asteroid Threat Over the Next 100,000 Years
- Long-term Policy Analysis
- There's Plenty of Room at the Top: Long-term Thinking About Large-scale Computing
- The Art Of The Really Long View
- The Long Now

George Dyson, Peter Schwartz, Brian Eno, Bruce Sterling, Danny Hillis, Stewart Brand, Jared Diamond, Ray Kurzweil, Freeman Dyson, Esther Dyson, Clay Shirky, Kevin Kelly, Jimmy Wales

The Long Now
"The Long Now Foundation was established in 01996* to develop the Clock and Library projects, as well as to become the seed of a very long term cultural institution. The Long Now Foundation hopes to provide counterpoint to today's 'faster/cheaper' mind set and promote 'slower/better' thinking. We hope to creatively foster responsibility in the framework of the next 10,000 years."

The Long Now Foundation - Google Video