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Web 2.0 Podcast: A Conversation with Yahoo!

The Web 2.0 Summit concluded with a conversation with Yahoo!. Program chair John Battelle spoke to Yahoo! co-founder and co-creator David Filo and with Bradley Horowitz, VP of Yahoo!'s product strategy group. This podcast is sponsored by the Intel Software Network.

Web 2.0 Podcast: What the desirable demographic wants

One of the most enjoyable sessions at last year's was Safa Rashtchy's panel with a variety of teens. This year Rashtchy, a managing director for Piper Jaffray, is back with more teens and this time he includes their parents as well. This podcast is sponsored by the Intel Software Partner Program.

Web 2.0 Podcast: Disruption Opportunity - Broadcast

Web 2.0 Summit program chair John Battelle moderated a panel about the disruption opportunity in broadcasting. His panelists were Beth Comstock, president of Digital Media and Marketing Development for NBC Universal, Blake Krikorian cofounder of Sling Media, and Jason Zajac, GM of Social Media at Yahoo!. This podcast is sponsored by the Intel Software Network.

Web 2.0 Podcast: Disruption Opportunity - The Pirate and the Suit

Web 2.0 Summit program chair John Battelle talked about the business of remixing music with David Munns, vice chairman of EMI Music worldwide, and Eric Kleptone creator of "A Night at the Hip-Hopera." This podcast is sponsored by the Intel Software Partner Program.

Web 2.0 Podcast: Disruption Opportunity - Harnessing the Collective Intelligence

Even before he coined the term 'Web 2.0', Web 2.0 Summit program chair Tim O'Reilly was considering the notion of harnessing the collective intelligence of the web. In this podcast he moderates a panel that explores the idea that everything is connected. Panelists include craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster, former chairman of MySpace Richard Rosenblatt, Toni Schneider CEO of Automattic, the makers of the WordPress, and FaceBook CEO Owen Van Natta. This podcast is sponsored by the Intel Software Network.

Web 2.0 Podcast: Disruption Opportunity - Venture Capital

Web 2.0 Summit program chair John Battelle talks to two venture capitalists about investing in technology. Ram Shiram focuses on the small seed angel round of funding. His investments include Google. Roger McNamee's investments take content businesses and try to connect them directly to their audiences. This podcast is sponsored by the Intel Software Partner Program
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Web 2.0 Podcast: A Conversation with Ray Ozzie

Thursday afternoon at the Web 2.0 Summit wrapped up with a conversation with Microsoft Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie. A year ago Ozzie sent a famously leaked memo about how the world in which Microsoft software is released has changed. Ozzie talks to program chair John Battelle about Vista and other complex software projects. This podcast is sponsored by the Intel Software Network.
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Web 2.0 Podcast: A Conversation with Jonathan Miller

One year ago former AOL CEO Jonathan Miller told Web 2.0 Summit program chair John Battelle that the new AOL would be truly open. At the Web 2.0 Summit 2006, Miller talks about the changes over this past year and what it has meant for revenues. This podcast is sponsored by the Intel Software Partner Program.
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Web 2.0 Podcast: How to Win Friends and Influence People in Washington

Web 2.0 Summit program chair John Battelle moderated a public policy discussion with Art Brodsky, the communications director of Public Knowledge, Ebay's Tod Cohen and Amazon.com's Paul Misener. This podcast is sponsored by the Intel Software Network.
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Web 2.0 Podcast: What GoDaddy Knows

GoDaddy CEO and Founder Bob Parsons delivered a simple but powerful lesson at the Web 2.0 Summit 2006. He says that people love using computers for search and entertainment but when it comes to resolving problems or learning features people much prefer to deal with other people. This podcast is sponsored by the Intel Software Partner Program.
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Web 2.0 Podcast: A Conversation with Ross Levinsohn

Ross Levinsohn is president of News Corporation’s Fox Interactive Media. He talked with Web 2.0 Summit program chair John Battelle talks to Levinsohn about everything from the year since his company bought MySpace to his recent concern that he didn't have a chance to bid on YouTube. This episode is sponsored by the Intel Software Network.
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Web 2.0 Podcast: The State of the Internet, Part 3

Mary Meeker returned to the Web 2.0 Summit to deliver part three of her annual State of the Internet address. Meeker is a managing director and serves on Morgan Stanley's Global Technology Research team. This episode is sponsored by the Intel Software Partner Program.
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Web 2.0 Podcast: A Debate on Net Neutrality

Web 2.0 Summit program chair John Battelle moderated a debate on net neutrality between Google VP and chief internet evangelist Vinton Cerf and Robert Pepper, who leads a team driving Cisco's global agenda for advanced technology policy. This episode is sponsored by the Intel Software Network.
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Web 2.0 Podcast: A Conversation with Bruce Chizen

Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen talked with Web 2.0 Summit program chair Tim O'Reilly about the ubiquity of Flash and PDF, and the fine line that his company walks between open standards and open source. They talked about everything from eBooks and Apollo to competing with Microsoft. This episode is sponsored by the Intel Software Partner Program.
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Web 2.0 Podcast: A Conversation with Jeff Bezos

What business is Amazon.com in? Founder Jeff Bezos tells Web 2.0 Summit program chair Tim O'Reilly that there are three components. He says that everyone knows about the consumer-facing and seller-facing businesses. Bezos spent most of his time talking about the developer-facing business, with elements such as S3 (Simple Storage Service) and EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud). Amazon's goal is to take the pieces of the heavy-lifting infrastructure that don't differentiate your business from any other and provide them "by the drink" so that they change from a fixed cost to a variable cost. This episode is sponsored by the Intel Software Network.
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Web 2.0 - After Dinner with Niklas Zennstrom

After dinner on day one of the Web 2.0 Summit, program chair John Battelle invited Skype cofounder and CEO Niklas Zennstrom to discuss what the changes are to Skype now that it is part of eBay. Zennstrom says that in some ways Skype is run as an independent company, but there are some constraints and advantages of being a part of the bigger company. Zennstrom explains that Skype is not about phone calls but about conversations and sharing content. Battelle asks if Skype is a friend or not with telephone and cable companies. This episode is sponsored by the Intel Software Partner Program.
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Web 2.0 Podcast: Jack Ma

In the seven years since Jack Ma co-founded Alibaba.com, the Alibaba web sites have grown to include 30 million registered members from more than 200 countries and territories. In his Web 2.0 Summit conversation with John Heileman, Ma explains some of the reasons for the sites' success. He values what he doesn't know as much as what he does know. One thing that Alibaba CEO Ma knows is the Chinese market. He talks to Heileman about what does and does not work in China. This episode is sponsored by the Intel Software Network.
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Web 2.0 - Barry Diller and Arthur Sulzberger

Barry Diller and Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. talked to Web 2.0 Summit program chair John Battelle about publishing content online. Sulzberger is chairman of The New York Times Company which now includes NYTimes.com, Boston.com, and About.com. Diller is the chairman and chief executive officer of IAC/InterActiveCorp, and chairman of Expedia, Inc. In the second half of their discussion they turn to community created content and answered questions about its role in their various websites. This episode is sponsored by the Intel Software Partner Program.
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Web 2.0 - A Conversation with Eric Schmidt

Google CEO Eric Schmidt joins Web 2.0 Summit 2006 program chair John Battelle for a conversation. They talk about Google's recent purchase of YouTube and the importance of video as a format. Schmidt explains why Google stood up to the request to provide end-user data. Batelle asks if Google is building an online suite to take on Microsoft Office? This first episode is sponsored by the Intel Software Network.

Web 2.0 Summit Opening Session

The week we begin with the opening session from program chairs Tim O'Reilly and John Battelle. They look back at their original notions of the ideas that make up Web 2.0 and preview many of the sessions that you will see in the coming weeks. This first episode is sponsored by the Intel Software Partner Program (www.intel.com/partner).
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Web 2.0 Podcast - a look ahead

The Web 2.0 Summit 2006 wrapped up last night. Two and one half days jam packed with sessions. You'll get to hear and see most of them in this Web 2.0 podcast stream. Next week Tim O'Reilly and John Battelle kick our podcast off with their look at Web 2.0. You'll then hear conversations with Google's Eric Schmidt, IAC's Barry Diller, The New York Times' Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., and Alibaba's Jack Ma. Today's podcast is a preview of coming attractions and is brought to you by the Intel Software Partner Program (www.intel.com/partner).

Lou Reed at Web 2.0

Day two of the Web 2.0 Summit 2006 began with conversations with Jeff Bezos and Bruce Chizen followed by a debate on Net Neutrality between Vint Cerf and Robert Pepper. GoDaddy's Bob Parsons gave the audience advice on running a company. Performer Lou Reed capped off the day with an after dinner set. This report is brought to you by the Intel Software Network (softwarecommunity.intel.com).

Launch Pad at Web 2.0

Before the start of Web 2.0 Summit 2006, 13 companies announced new products at the Launch Pad. We take a quick look at some of them in this report from the show. This report is brought to you by the Intel Software Partner Program (www.intel.com/partner).