Monthly Archives: June 2007

Video interview of Peter Russell, KPMG

This one minute interview of Peter Russell of KPMG 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. Peter talks about the benefits and applications of Web 2.0 for corporates.

Video interview of Brad Howarth, Lagrange Communications

This one minute interview of Brad Howarth, freelance journalist and Director of Lagrange Communications, 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. Brad talks about the state of Web 2.0 in Australia,

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Video interview of Ben Naftzger, Atlassian

This one minute interview of Ben Naftzger, Sales Director of Atlassian, was made in conjunction with the Web 2.0 in Australia event, where Atlassian 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

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Video interview of Allan Aaron, Technology Venture Partners

This one minute interview of Allan Aaron, General Partner of venture capital firm Technology Venture Partners, was made at the time of 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. Allan discusses shifts in the Web 2.0

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Keynote speech on influence networks at Evolve

Kimberly Palmer of Networx has put together what looks like a fantastic conference on 14 June in Melbourne, titled Evolve. Its highly diverse content is refreshing after the usual run-of-the-mill marketing events. I’ll be doing a keynote titled: We, Evolved: networks of influence: The power of the social network – word of mouth, buzz, curation

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The coming segmentation of venture capital as an asset class

There are countless guides to venture capital for budding entrepreneurs on the web. Marc Andreesen, the founder of the seminal VC success story Netscape and the recently launched Ning (an extremely interesting social networking platform), among many other ventures, has provided his own guide in a three part series: Part 1: VC basics and what

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Web 2.0 in Australia: The birth of Silicon Harbour?

A few initial reflections on the Web 2.0 in Australia event held yesterday… Overall it was a great success, with 100 over invited guests filling the KPMG conference facility, and all requests for invitations having been turned away over the last couple of weeks since we reached capacity. Everything ran smoothly on the day, and

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Web 2.0 in Australia drinks: 6 June Sydney

The Web 2.0 in Australia event is way overbooked. We’ve been turning away all requests for invitations for some time, including from senior executives from organizations such as Commonwealth Bank, Telstra, and the Federal Department of Finance, and from a whole host of very cool entrepreneurs who we would have just loved to have along.

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A week of hot news on the web: Trade sales mark the boom

I am behind on my blogging, so I thought I’d make some very brief comments about a host of extremely interesting announcements that have come out this week. Google acquires Feedburner. Feedburner has been prominent in enabling the world of RSS. This acquisition, estimated to be worth $100 million, makes eminent sense for Google in

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