"Web 2 Summit" entries
Genevieve Bell on how fieldwork and observation can guide technology.
Genevieve Bell, director of interaction and experience research at Intel, talks about how anthropology can inform business decisions and product design.
Key data players and datasets are called out in the Points of Control map.
To coincide with the "data frame" theme of this year's Web 2 Summit, the Points of Control Map has been updated with a layer illustrating data companies and data types.
An update on how a data layer will be added to the Web 2.0 Points of Control map.
How do you visualize the size, strength and limitations of data-centric companies? That's the tricky issue being tackled by the new Web 2.0 Summit Points of Control map.
Help us build a data layer for the Web 2.0 Summit map.
Web 2.0 Summit 2011 is being organized around the theme of "The Data Frame," so last year's Web 2.0 map needs a related update.
The mindset at Zappos is illustrative of the era of engagement.
At Zappos last year, 25,000 people applied for 250 job openings. Applicants are enthusiastic to be part of an era-of-engagement, post-productivity company. Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh discusses Zappo's secret sauce in his new book.
Ron Conway on chemistry, the value of user interface, and spotting the next big thing.
Angel investor and Web 2.0 Summit speaker Ron Conway discusses his approach to investing and how he sees the startup space changing in the years ahead. Plus: He explains why today's great interfaces have the same value as yesterday's algorithms.