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MySpace might Design a Music Device

11/09/2008, [Web 2.0 Summit] Yesterday, I attended the conversation on the future of music with Chris DeWolfe, CEO of MySpace, Edgar Bronfman Jr, CEO of Warner Music Group and John Battelle, founder of Federated Media and co-host of the Web 2.0 Summit. Chris told...

A conversation with Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO

11/06/2008, John Battelle asked the question that all the industry craves to ask to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg: how monetization is going? But Mark kept answering about the growth of Facebook’s user base that doubled since the beginning of 2008 (from 50...

Who will own the cloud is irrelevant

08/01/2008, I spotted an article with a catchy title: it’s 2018: who owns the cloud? Where the author asks this interesting question and develops the idea that “providing cloud consumers with a spectacular user experience” is critical and that Apple...

PlanetEye: Plan your Trip using Virtual Exploration

07/11/2008, Yesterday, PlanetEye opened its beta to the public and I took some time to review it. This innovative travel site lets users plan their trip by exploring the location they are going to visit. The core of the user experience happens on a map where hotels,...

Yoono: the navigation bar for the digital social life

05/04/2008, [Web 2.0] At Web 2.0, Pascal Josselin, CEO, showed me a demo of the revamped Yoono. Today, the beta is officially launching and you can test it for yourself.Like the previous version, Yoono’s toolbar suggest similar sites while you are browsing the...

Simulscribe Adds Contact List Integration

04/23/2008, [Web 2.0] For those who are not familiar with Simulscribe (soon to be renamed PhoneTag), it is a service that you can setup to intercept your mobile phone voicemails and have it send it to you, translated in text via SMS or email. When using email, the...

Intel unveils Mash Maker beta at Web 2.0

04/22/2008, [Web 2.0] Intel Mash Maker allows users to create client-side mashups while they are browsing the web. It was in closed alpha for some time and it has now some new features: support for Internet Explorer 7 and Firefox 3, widgets and visualization...

Blist – the User Friendly Social Database – Goes Global

04/20/2008, [Web 2.0] I discovered Blist at DEMO 08 in January when it was launched, and I immediately liked the ease of use and the graphic design of this Free Social Database Service. Today, Blist is launching new support for international characters, such as...