L@Fw2008 Scott Kveton

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  • L@Fw2008 Scott Kveton

    1. Social Networking: How far have we come? Scott Kveton, Vidoop
    2. Father, husband, geek, gardener, pizza maker, bacon lover
    3. What are people doing with social networking today?
    4. LOLcats
    5. FAIL
    6. Earthquake (I’m addicted to Twitter - @kveton)
    7. @saracuda + Twitter
    8. Olympics & Elections as technology benchmarks 2004 – 2008 - 2012
    9. State of the tech 2004 Facebook - 2/2004 MySpace - 1/2004 YouTube - didn’t exist Google - 8/2004 @ $75/share Twitter - didn’t exist
    10. Olympics 2004: NBC Coverage “ At the time, NBC's online coverage was restrictive by today's standards — mostly highlight clips and no live video, delayed until after the events aired on TV, and required a valid credit card to verify residency in the United States.” - Andy Baio, waxy.org
    11. Elections 2004: “ In prior Presidential elections the Web served as little more than another channel for candidates to broadcast their positions and collect donations.” - Catherine Holahan - BusinessWeek
    12. State of the tech 2008
    13. Olympics 2008: NBC Coverage “ NBCOlympics.com may have streamed 72 million videos and racked up 1.2 billion pageviews, but Yahoo Sports still edged it out with an average of 4.7 million visitors a day versus 4.3 million” - Source: Nieisen Online
    14. Elections 2008: “ Obama wasn't asking supporters to come to his Web site to give money. His campaign was bringing donation tools to sites where Web surfers already hung out: YouTube, Facebook, MySpace, blogs, and wherever else supporters could post Obama's campaign slogan and a bit of code. ” - Catherine Holahan - BusinessWeek
    15. Real-time tracking of the debates
    16. Elections + Mobile + Social Networking = Awesome
    17. Phone Bank 2.0
    18. Olympics: 2012
    19. Elections: 2012
    20. Thanks. Enjoy Today. Fin. Me. http://kveton.com http://twitter.com http://flickr.com/photos/kveton http://vidoop.com

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