Monthly Archives: June 2007

The front page of the IT section in today’s Australian Financial Review sports as its largest story a review of our Web 2.0 in Australia event, titled “Start-ups weave future around social web”. It starts off: “It’s a dreary Sydney afternoon in early June, but social media consultant Ross Dawson couldn’t be happier. He’s surrounded

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The June issue of BOSS magazine has a very interesting piece titled “Lost in Translation”, which examines the role of building a shared corporate language for employees and clients. (The article is currently available online though AFR often takes these offline after a period.) The article quotes me as follows: “Management consultant Ross Dawson, from

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The increasingly tight limits of propriety for bloggers

There’s currently a massive discussion going on in the blogosphere about a series of Microsoft ads in which they asked prominent bloggers such as Michael Arrington, Om Malik, Fred Wilson, and Richard MacManus (the links are to their comments on the brouhaha) to say what they thought the term “people-ready” meant. These were compiled in

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David Casaleggio, a media and network consultant based in Milan, let me know about an extremely interesting short video he’s created on the future of media. He has created versions in English, as below, and also subtitled in Japanese and Spanish (recognizing the global nature of media markets). A few highlights in the second half

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The Singularity and being a geek

Hmmm…. Not sure whether to take this as a compliment. Cameron Reilly of The Podcast Network and I caught up last week after we both spoke at the Evolve conference. Cameron wrote on his blog : “Caught a taxi to the airport with Ross Dawson and we had a great chat about the Singularity. Ross

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Video interview of Adrian McDermott, BEA Systems

This one minute interview of Adrian McDermott, Vice President of Engineering at BEA, was made in conjunction with the Web 2.0 in Australia event. The video was produced by One Minute World, which specializes in one minute video content for streaming and mobile devices. Adrian discusses BEA’s initiatives in applying Web 2.0 in the enterprise.

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Complete video of Web 2.0 in Australia event

The recent Web 2.0 in Australia event was a fabulous success. However because it was an invitation only event with space for just 100 people, many who wanted to were unable to attend. Fortunately, the fine folk at Viocorp, one of Australia’s leading Internet broadcasting companies, very generously made a video of all key proceedings

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Video interview of Ross Dawson, Future Exploration Network

This one minute interview of Ross Dawson, Chairman of Future Exploration Network, was made in conjunction with the Web 2.0 in Australia event. The video was produced by One Minute World, which specializes in one minute video content for streaming and mobile devices. Ross talks about the seven fundamental characteristics of Web 2.0 described in

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Video interview of Richard MacManus, Read/Write Web

This one minute interview of Richard MacManus, Editor and Publisher of Read/Write Web, was made in conjunction with the Web 2.0 in Australia event. The video was produced by One Minute World, which specializes in one minute video content for streaming and mobile devices. Richard talks about his new blogs Alt Search Engines and Last100.com,

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Video interview of Mick Liubinskas, Tangler

This one minute interview of Mick Liubinskas, Chief Customer Officer of Tangler, was made in conjunction with the Web 2.0 in Australia event, where Tangler was showcased as one of the leading examples of Web 2.0 in Australia. The video was produced by One Minute World, which specializes in one minute video content for streaming

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Video interview of Richard Giles, Scouta

This one minute interview of Richard Giles of Scouta was made in conjunction with the Web 2.0 in Australia event, where Scouta was showcased as one of the leading examples of Web 2.0 in Australia. The video was produced by One Minute World, which specializes in one minute video content for streaming and mobile devices.

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Video interview of Phil Morle, Omnidrive

This one minute interview of Phil Morle of Omnidrive was made in conjunction with the Web 2.0 in Australia event, where Omndrive was showcased as one of the leading examples of Web 2.0 in Australia. The video was produced by One Minute World, which specializes in one minute video content for streaming and mobile devices.

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