A video of the full presentation by Nova Spivack from Radar Networks given at the Next Web Conference 2008 that took place on April 3rd/4th this year in Amsterdam.
You’ll find an excellent summary of the presentation at thenextweb.org site and the slides are available at Google docs.
If you want to understand buzz words like Web 3.0 or the “web as a database” and be introduced to the players in that field this video is an excellent starting point.
Length: About 42 minutes.
Erick Schonfeld at Techcrunch on the presentation.
A summary of the presentation
The Next web conference 2008 web site
The slides of the presentation
Nova’s web log
Radar Networks’ page on Nova Spivack
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