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Preview: Web 2.0 2005 Conference Coverage

Web 2.0 2005 Conference Coverage

Coverage of the Web 2.0 Conference.

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USA Today: Tech people appear hyped about their industry again


The industry is still tingling from the loud and sweaty Bubble 2.0 -- whoops, excuse me, Web 2.0 -- conference here late last week. The event is being heralded in the media as proof of a tech comeback five years after the dot-com collapse.

Boston Globe: Champions of Web 2.0 see a shift to more participation by the public


''What year is it again?" asked the guy in front of me at the bar, obviously having a flashback even before he'd downed his first glass of wine. At the Web 2.0 Conference here last week, the calendar may have said 2005, but it felt like 1998 all over again.

Publish: Web 2.0 Conference Special Report


Web 2.0 is a call to action, and it signifies not a revolution in Web technology, but an evolution in the way we think about technology online.

Business 2.0: Sergey Brin: The Luckiest Man in the World


Google co-founder Sergey Brin made a surprise appearance yesterday at the tail-end of the Web 2.0 conference, and had a few choice words for all the previous guests who had enegaged in Google-bashing.

ZDNet: End of Web 2.0 Conference: Cautious Optimism and Cynical Buzz


For me the Web 2.0 conference has been really exciting and the air has been full of energy.

PC World: Google Keeps Eye on Web, Exec Says


Google co-founder and President of Products Larry Page starts counting after he runs a query on the company's search engine to see how quickly the results come back.

PC World: Google Does a Feed Reader


Speaking of RSS, here's more news from the Web 2.0 show: Google unveiled a beta version of Google Reader, a browser-based feed reader that you can check out here.

ClickZ: Media & Advertising 2.0


I've spent the last couple of days at the Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco, which is bubbling with optimism, ideas, and venture capitalists in a way I haven't seen since 1999.

Information Week: Office Politics: Google-Sun Alliance Squarely Targets Microsoft


Two industry leaders team up on Java, a search toolbar, and engineering. But it's their plans for PC apps that could shake up the market.

Fast Company: Web 2.0: Wish You Were Here


I've been ducking in and out of the Web 2.0 Conference in San Francisco this week, and it has been pretty consistently great.

ZDNet: Sergey Brin unplugged at Web 2.0


I already blogged Sergey Brin's comments on the possibility of a Google office productivity suite. Here are some other quotes from his interview with John Battelle at Web 2.0.

Silicon Beat: Day Two of Web 2.0 conference. Lesson: Be open, or die


We talked with people in the hallways of this conference in San Francisco, trying to figure out what single theme trumps all others.

PC World: Web Company Launches at Light Speed During Web 2.0 Conference


There's one thing nearly all of the presentations being made at this week's Web 2.0 Conference in San Francisco have in common: brevity. In that spirit, here's a quick look at eight of the new Web companies that debuted during Wednesday afternoon's 90-minute Launching Pad session.

WebProNews: Web 2.0 Conference - Random Rants


One stealth mode startup sees the need for different data center capabilities for social software. Rackable was brought on the big stage. This cycle happened during the boom, and in fact, it's the infrastructure guys that are safer bets.

CNET: What's next for the Web? Ask these folks


At the Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco, Internet executives sound off on the future of entertainment and media.