2010-05-05: The @RLavigne42 Tweet Round-Up (#W2E, #E20, #SocialMedia)

  1. #w2e just requested 1 connection / device per attendee to conserve wifi bandwidth. @waynesutton would not fit in here. LOL (via @theRab)
    19:05 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  2. RT @mrfrode Kinda funny #w2e D major themes is D power of social media, & D reserved seats R 4 D traditional media 😉 (via @socialEspeaking)
    19:06 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  3. Kinda funny #w2e The major themes is the power of social media, and the reserved seats are for the traditional media (via @mrfrode)
    19:06 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  4. RT @CivicLink: To build an ad-supported business around a community, you need a LOT of unique visitors. Expect to take 2 yrs to make money.
    19:06 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  5. Room full of iPads, iPhones, and MacBooks. Where have all the Netbooks gone? #w2e (via @chirag_mehta)
    19:07 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  6. You know this is a serious geek conference when they explicitly ask you not to use bit torrent. #w2e (via @krnlpanik)
    19:07 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  7. #w2e keynotes starting now http://bit.ly/9KyZ4x (via @alexbcnd)
    19:07 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  8. Who is @benhuh and what does http://bit.ly/MPO5f have to do with anything? #w2e keynotes starting now. (via @fnelson)
    19:07 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  9. Web 2.0 Expo definitely doesn’t have the energy it had in previous years. I think there’s just a glut of competitors. #w2e (via @dspark)
    19:08 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  10. Announcing New [Your Product Here]! Grow bigger crops. Get real satisfaction. Achieve success. All b/c of [Your Product Here] (via @theRab)
    19:09 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  11. At the #w2e keynote: The power of Platform!!! #web (via @benjamingauthey)
    19:09 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  12. YouTube video “Your Product Here!” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4AvHt5Y6eY #w2e (via @gumption)
    19:09 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  13. Watching live streaming of #w2e keynotes live: http://oreil.ly/a8UYy (via @tonystubblebine)
    19:10 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  14. Sign of the times: for Wifi needs at Web 2.0 Expo 2010, @brady asks “one device per person please.” #w2e (via @rww)
    19:10 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  15. “Mobile is the future.” But if you’re on your laptop, turn off your iPhone. One connection per person, please. 🙂 #w2e (via @quepol)
    19:10 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  16. I can haz cheezburger!? w00t! @benhuh on the keynote stage at #w2e (via @Jussipekka)
    19:11 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  17. RT @drewhouston: From Zero to a Million Users | Dropbox and Xobni Lessons Learned – http://bit.ly/aPjMRi – talk w/ @asmith (via @holgerd)
    19:11 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  18. Heh current keynote speaker at #w2e is @benhuh of FAIL blog & Can I haz cheezrburger. Pic of furby on screen . Squee! (via @candicecd)
    19:11 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  19. .@benhuh in Web 2 Expo (#w2e) keynote: Bill Gates did more to popularize computing than anybody. He changed culture. (via @dberlind)
    21:43 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  20. Mobile is now driving web growth & resulting in a new expression, “mobile exhaust” from always having a device on & nearby (@keithbansemer)
    21:43 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  21. RT @dharmesh: Cheap computing impacts everyday life much more than powerful computing. @benhuh at #w2e (via @bobegan)
    21:44 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  22. Popular Culture is the opposite of Internet Culture. ~ @benhuh Mainstream is all about creating a product to market. #w2e (via @theRab)
    21:44 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  23. Popular culture is top down. Create product, sell it. But Internet -> hackers -> software subversives -> meaning (@benhuh) (via @fnelson)
    21:44 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  24. Subversives = culture hackers #w2e (via @Jussipekka)
    21:44 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  25. Like tech hackers, subversives are people who trying to hack culture so they can create new meaning –@benhuh #w2e (via @moyalynne)
    21:44 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  26. Computing is about hacking. Subversives create new culture from twisting formats and products for new meaning. ~ @benhuh (via @theRab)
    21:45 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  27. Who knew the guy who made “I can haz cheezeburger” was yellow and eloquent #w2e (via @evablue)
    21:45 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  28. “Internet Culture has yet to go mainstream.” Hmm, interesting. #w2e (via @xb95)
    21:45 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  29. Unlike popular culture internet culture is not owned by anyone. Benhah #w2e (via @Ilana221)
    21:45 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  30. Pop culture = ownership. one-way, mass: Internet culture = communal, subversive, true followers #w2e (via @aherlinger)
    21:45 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  31. The theme of #w2e is “power of platforms”, with a focus on mobile space (via @themaria)
    21:45 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  32. Web 2.0 Keynote – the Internet must move from a place to do business to a place to create cultural meaning. #w2e (via @ericodell)
    21:46 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  33. Lili Cheng (MSFT): Problems searching Twitter: Timeliness (real time), unpredictable growth, experimentation systems, data quality (@mchui)
    21:46 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  34. Lili Cheng from MSFT fuse labs on the stage. They switched out a Mac with a Thinkpad specifically for the demo 🙂 #w2e (via @chirag_mehta)
    21:48 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  35. Quick read: How Your Web 2.0 Startup Can Avoid Costly Legal Mistakes – http://bll.la/7J #leanstartup #w2e #s2s (via @antonejohnson)
    21:49 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  36. RT @mager: The “Like” button on Facebook isn’t about engagement, it’s a ploy to get your data into their index. (via @notexactly)
    21:49 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  37. Short summary of my day at #w2e http://bit.ly/aroAzb (via @qriz)
    21:50 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  38. RT @ahmedbad: RT @portalsm: RT @DidiDietrich: Every second… 4 babies are born and 37 mobile phones are sold #w2e (via @petromil)
    21:50 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  39. @ericodell Nope, remotely attending thanks to all of those willing to tweet their experience. My thanks
    22:32 PM May 4th from Tweetie
  40. OreillyMedia’s Channel – Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco 2010 http://post.ly/eroe
    0:39 AM May 5th from Posterous
  41. OreillyMedia’s Channel – Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco 2010: http://wp.me/psXyQ-Nx
    0:39 AM May 5th from WordPress.com
  42. Slashdot Hardware Story | “Digital Universe” Enters the Zettabyte Era http://post.ly/erpW
    0:42 AM May 5th from Posterous
  43. Slashdot Hardware Story | “Digital Universe” Enters the Zettabyte Era: http://wp.me/psXyQ-Ny
    0:43 AM May 5th from WordPress.com
  44. Finally got around to getting some ipad apps. love the Marvel Comics app. (via @kosso) killer app
    0:49 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  45. 35 Hilarious Social Media Jokes, Clips & Cartoons April 2010 http://bit.ly/dmKdjt (via @ruhanirabin)
    0:57 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  46. RT @ranjithkumaran: Measuring Your Freemium Business, cleaned up slides from today’s Web 2.0 Expo http://bit.ly/YSIW2E2010 (via @agrublev)
    0:59 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  47. Omg people are freaking out in SF that @foursquare is down for last 4 hours. No one knows where to flock. #w2e (via @theRab) any W2E badges?
    1:00 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  48. RT @tedtalks: TED Open TV Project just launched! Learn more, http://on.ted.com/8IYB #w2e (via @praveenbhat8086)
    1:01 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  49. Continental/United trigger thinking: Are companies going to get bigger in the social era? http://bit.ly/cr7TQZ #scrm (via @Marcio_Saito)
    1:03 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  50. RT @cbcurran: CIO Guide to Social Media #CIO #e20 #socialmedia http://bit.ly/cW0gVi (via @jwillie)
    1:04 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  51. Blogged: Enterprise 2.0 reads – April 2010 http://bit.ly/dv3qH7 #E20 #enterprise20 (via @shrivanshh)
    1:04 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  52. Currently reading, “We’re nearing the end of email, maybe” – http://bit.ly/cNves9 from @penelopetrunk #E20 (via @muchosalsa)
    1:04 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  53. predicts micro-blogging books, instead of books from fat blogs. Haiku´s of the #E20 era? (via @_peterhellstrom)
    1:04 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  54. #E20 Social Media’s Internal Impact – An Interview with Phil Simon http://url4.eu/39XUm (via @enterprisetwo)
    1:05 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  55. #E20 Evaluating SharePoint 2010 as an Enterprise 2.0 Platform http://url4.eu/39z0W (via @enterprisetwo)
    1:06 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  56. @sourcePOV let me know when the joint chat will take place. Thanks Chris.
    1:07 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  57. RT @johnt: The State of Community Management Report: Best Practices from Practitioners http://bit.ly/bSETI4 (via @driessen)
    1:07 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  58. .@dahowlett Ppl who can’t take criticism usually have no idea or confidence in what they’ve taked or written about. (via @LLiu)
    1:07 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  59. http://bit.ly/91Wki2 Web 2.0 Expo thoughts: part 2 – lean research (new post) #w2e #collaboration #enterprise20 #e20 (via @E20Pros)
    2:25 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  60. Spindex: Microsoft Reveals Social Aggregator Tool http://bit.ly/bpxysy http://bit.ly/bjJ9WO #w2e (via @jpiedrahita)
    2:26 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  61. “Facebook’s Buchheit: The Future Is Lightweight Conversations” – http://j.mp/bVnmbf (via @Jesse)
    2:27 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  62. US Navy on Social Media: “Loose Tweets – Sink Fleets” http://twurl.nl/y87muj via @jboutelle (via @Ross)
    2:27 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  63. Star Wars, crowdsourced http://post.ly/es6z (via @gentry)
    2:28 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  64. “iPhone Augmented Reality Marker Tracking” http://snipurl.com/vzvfr (via @albertedenis)
    2:29 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  65. What collaborative project management tools do you use and why? I have started to use Liquid planner http://bit.ly/ehlSb (via @lukegrange)
    2:30 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  66. Entrepreneurship is like building a puzzle but at any given time you can only see 20% of the pieces. (via @timyoung) another ex of ParetoLaw
    2:31 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  67. One of the funnest posts I’ve written – and the follow-up posts are even better – http://bit.ly/bTJzEA #w2e (via @MikeWhitmore)
    2:53 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  68. The changing of typography on the web. http://bit.ly/bAdCGM #w2e (via @mager)
    11:40 AM May 5th from Tweetie
  69. RT @btraxinc: foursquare is growing 8% per month with 75% of users under 35 years old #w2e (via @laurent_local)
    16:51 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  70. RT @LindaConstenius: “If users don’t understand the business model they assume the business model is screwing them””. Chris Anderson
    16:52 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  71. Chris Anderson: the price is not the limit – our imagination is the limit. There are a lot of people Willing to Pay. #w2e (via @JoostTom)
    16:52 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  72. Key message to Enterprise employees – Be Smart. Provide structure and guidelines for social interaction. Mike Gotta #w2e (via @scottlum)
    16:52 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  73. News websites discuss life without Google. via WSJ Digits: http://bit.ly/aX3kvn (via @JosephBarbieri)
    16:52 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  74. RT @fperuzzo: RT @dharmesh For freemium to work, people have to fall in love with your free product. #animoto #w2e (via @drnatalie)
    16:53 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  75. RT @dharmesh: Skype has 560MM users, $713MM in rev last year. Key challenge: Making sure people know about paid stuff. (via @reachaditya)
    16:53 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  76. RT @mager:Adobe CTO:”We’re going to try to make the best tools in the world for HTML5.It’s not Flash vs HTML5, it’s about freedom of choice”
    16:56 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  77. Prizes used for consumer panellists so most people doing this for fun #w2e (via @dialogCRM)
    16:57 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  78. askyourtargetmarket.com – getting prizes for answering surveys, get 400 responses for under $100 #w2e (via @dlavenda)
    16:57 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  79. “startups are distributed R&D for larger companies,” host of #w2e launchpad RT @ghartnett (via @perfectmarket)
    16:58 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  80. Farmville designed so users make decisions-each decision means more investment by players. Decision UI can be simple and powerful (@BAoki)
    17:00 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  81. “you can be the chief editor and curator of your web” heard from Launchpad at #w2e about PearlTrees (via @agilequality)
    17:00 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  82. RT @dharmesh: For the first 22 years of TED’s history, it was a closed system. The talks were not shared. #w2e (via @singhvinay)
    17:02 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  83. An iPhone controlled helicopter http://bit.ly/cyYfNs (as revealed at #w2e today) (via @Weedle_com)
    17:02 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  84. RT @Skype: A glimpse into the future of video calling http://bit.ly/bFftkf #w2e (via @sheigh)
    17:02 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  85. ROI for communities are typically based on reducing call center costs – ignoring the upside in reaching more customers. (via @hhegerberg)
    17:33 PM May 5th from Tweetie
  86. RT @adamlynch: Even the Google guy is excited about IE9. Talking about browser competition being a good thing. #w2e (via @gisardo)
    17:34 PM May 5th from Tweetie
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