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Future of Web Apps Recap

September 21st, 2006 Leave a comment Go to comments

The Future of Web Apps Summit - September 13-14, 2006Timeliness is everything when blogging. If you wait too long, whatever you were planning to write about may no longer be relevant or as news breaking. You’ll also start to lose details of your experience or the thoughts in your head, even if you originally took notes.

Unfortunately for me, I think I’ve missed the window of opportunity to blog about the Future of Web Apps Summit. I may still get around to transcribing my notes over the next few weeks.

Fortunately for you, there are plenty of good posts on the InterWeb to read about in the mean time.

UPDATED September 23, 2006:
Added CenterNetworks coverage of the Summit.

Overall Summit Impressions

You can also check out the summit’s wiki and the Flickr clusters for visuals.

Posts on Individual Speakers

Rakesh Agrawal has an amazing set of notes for all the speakers at the summit.

Allen Stern over at CenterNetworks also has a great set of notes.

  • Dick Hardt; The emerging of Who
  • Kevin Rose; The digg storey: from one idea to nine million page views
  • Steve Olechowshi; 10 things you didn’t know about RSS
  • Tom Coates; Social change on the web
  • Carl Sjogreen; How we built Google Calendar
  • Mike Davidson; User-driven content – is it working?
  • Michael Arrington; What’s next for web apps: building tomorrow’s Flickr
  • Ted Rheingold; The state, future and business of pasion-centric communities
  • Cal Henderson; Taking Flickr from Beta to Gamma
  • Evan Williams; selling and funding: pros and cons of bringing in a third party
  • Ryan Carson; 12 14 things I wish I had known before starting to build my web app
  • Jeff Veen; Designing better web app interfaces
  • Matt Mullenweg; The store behind WordPress plus building-user-powered apps

Speaker Presentation Slides

Carson Workshops plans to have podcasts of the speakers at the summit online in the next week or so. I’ll have a post about those once the podcasts are up.

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