Just a day after seeing Jeff Jarvis talk about Recovery 2.0, a major earthquake hit South Asia. After the Tsunami and New Orleans, has the online community built the needed neworking and resources to respond effectively? Looks like there is still alot of work to do. Check out some thoughts from Global Voices Online.
update Recovery2 is pointing to South Asia Quake help to organize efforts. I’ve also resized the video of Jeff’s speech to a much more manageable size (less than 5 megs now). BTW, I am new to this media stuff, so if anyone is in the SF Bay Area that would like to give me a few tips, I would be deeply appreciative!
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I’ve got two new podcasts up from the Web 2.1 BrainJam that happened last Friday.
In Breakthrough Session #1 Stefan Klocek, Camilo Ramirez, Susan Tenby and I chat about Discovery and Serendipity. Breakthrough sessions were small groups of 5-8 people that shared ideas about the future of the web and how people fit into it. These sessions lasted 15-20 minutes and then we broke apart and reformed new groups to do it over again.
In Breakthrough Session #2 Our group included Cal Henderson, lead developer for Flickr. In this podcast, Cal discusses the origins of Ludicorp as a MMOG, and shares his view on the basic architecture required for Web 2.0.
Pete Townshend is using blogger to post his novella “The Boy Who Heard Music”.
Tags: web2.1BrainJam, podcast, flickr, mmog, townshend,
I am subscribed to name in feedster, so I saw your post. I thought you might want to know that Stefan, who was also in our breakout session has been participating in the online event we are currently having at TechSoup.org on Web 2.o technologies. I thought you might want to jump in the discussion too. http://www.techsoup.org/web2event