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For those who could not make it to Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, you might be interested to know that you can follow the live stream from this page.
We’ve posted the full schedule for Tuesday November 16 in the full post.
- 8:30am – 8:55am A Conversation with Shantanu Narayen, CEO, Adobe John Battelle, Shantanu Narayen
- 8:55am – 9:10am Internet Trends Mary Meeker
- 9:10am – 9:40am A Conversation with HP John Battelle, Todd Bradley, Jon Rubinstein
- 9:40am – 9:50am Special Announcement
- 9:50am – 10:20amPoint of Control: The New Geography of Gaming Bing Gordon, Don Mattrick, Robert Kotick
- 10:20am – 10:25am Ignite: How Crowdsourcing Changed Disaster Relief Forever Schuyler Erle
- 11:00am – 11:40am Managing Hypergrowth Adam Lashinsky, Susan Lyne, Tony Hsieh
- 11:40am – 12:05pm A Conversation with Jim Balsillie, CEO, Research In Motion John Battelle, Jim Balsillie
- 12:05pm – 12:30pm A Conversation with Yuri Milner, CEO, Digital Sky Technologies John Battelle, Yuri Milner
- 2:00pm – 2:25pm A Conversation with Carol Bartz, CEO, Yahoo! John Battelle, Carol Bartz
- 2:25pm – 2:40pm Innovation vs Punditry Vinod Khosla
- 2:40pm – 3:00pm Mobile Networks, A Discussion with AT&T Tim O’Reilly, John Donovan
- 3:30pm – 3:35pm Ignite: Crowdsourced Jobs for Haiti Leila Chirayath Janah
- 3:35pm – 3:45pm The Crystal Ball Ron Conway
- 3:45pm – 4:15pm Radar
- 4:15pm – 4:50pm Point of Control: Finance John Heilemann, Fred Wilson, John Doerr
- 4:50pm – 5:20pm A Conversation with Mark Zuckerberg, CEO, Facebook Mark Zuckerberg
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