What’s Next panelen: Joost, MySQL och glömsk lagring

Posted on 13. May, 2007 by .

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Veckans What’s Next-panel med Björn Jeffery, Henrik Torstensson och Eric Wahlforss diskuterar: Joost får 310 miljoner i riskkapital MySQL på väg till Nasdaq? Harvard professor: Datorer måste bli glömska Microsoft har planer. Men är online storage framtiden? HD-DVD koden Hör gärna av dig med tips om ämnen för nästa panel till [email protected]

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Trust on the web

Posted on 03. May, 2007 by .

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What can make or break a web project? The way you handle “trust”, according to Eric Wahlforss and Alexander Ljung from Trustmojo. In this talk Eric and Alexander gives both theoretic as well as real life examples of how you can work with trust in your web project. You will see different behaviors among your […]

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Jaiku – interview with Andy Smith

Posted on 24. Apr, 2007 by .

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This is a new version of the Jaiku post with the entire 17 minute interview. The previous recording ended abruptely after 7 minutes. Jaiku is best described as a nano or micro blogging service, which enables blogging from mobiles (or computers) but where all entries are restricted to 140 characters. The service has received a […]

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Jaiku – interview with Andy Smith

Posted on 22. Apr, 2007 by .

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Jaiku is best described as a nano or micro blogging service, which enables blogging from mobiles (or computers) but where all entries are restricted to 140 characters. The service has received a lot of attention the last month. Andy Smith of Jaiku explains why Jaiku gives your beer and myspace not, how Jaiku differs from […]

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Nostratic – building community platforms

Posted on 21. Apr, 2007 by .

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Kristian Enström from Nostratic tells about the community platform his company sell around the world. Their flagship product is their community Academialive for university student and teachers. Recorded at the Hej! 2007 web 2.0 conference. In Swedish.

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Spotify – streaming music in a new way. But how?

Posted on 21. Apr, 2007 by .

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There is a lot of buzz around Spotify, a Stockholm based startup in the streaming music business. In this interview, Andreas Ehn, CTO at Spotify, tells us about the upcoming Spotify beta. Although the service is said to be something extra, not many details are yet relieved by Andreas Ehn. Recorded at the Hej! 2007 […]

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Mobile Sorcery – Simplifying mobile application development

Posted on 21. Apr, 2007 by .

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Mobile Sorcery’s CEO Tomas Uppgård talks about the future of mobile applications and Mobile Sorcery’s development platform that promise to make mobile application development a simple matter of drag and drop. Interview made at the web 2.0 conference Hej! 2007 In swedish.

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Jaycut på Hej! 2007

Posted on 21. Apr, 2007 by .

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Interjvu med Jonas Hombert från Jaycut om deras nya beta som är släppt och om hur han ser på framtiden för video på nätet. Den första av flera intervjuer med deltagare på web 2.0 konferensen Hej! 2007 i Stockholm.

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The guys behind the web 2.0 conference hej! 2007

Posted on 13. Apr, 2007 by .

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hej! 2007 is one of the first web 2.0 conferences in Sweden. It is arranged by a group of creative souls from Singapore, who have fallen in love with Sweden. In today’s podcast I interview Sriram and Ruiwen, two of the guys from the organizing committee behind the conference. Why arrange a web 2.0 conference […]

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Twingly – när old media möter new media

Posted on 05. Mar, 2007 by .

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Sen någon månad länkar Dagens Nyheter och Svenska Dagbladet tillbaka till bloggare som skriver om deras artiklar. Tjänsten som gör detta möjligt heter Twingly och är skapad av Linköpingsbaserade Primelabs. Bloggare vittnar om mångdubbel trafik och Dagens Nyheter omnämns nu tre gånger så ofta i bloggsfären, jämfört med tidigare. Men åtminostonde för DN var det […]

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