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061223 至善分享參加O'Reilly 舉辦web2.0 conference 的心得

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  • 1. 資策會 FIND 羅至善 Shan Luo
  • 2. Web2.0 Summit
    • November 7-9,2006 San Francisco
    • The third year
    • Name changed: Conference (Summit + Expo)
    • 1000 attendees (over 5000 applied)
    • Summit: mainly one on one interviews
  • 3. Topics
    • What's Next?
    • Incumbents Strike Back
    • Launch Pad 2.0
    • Web 2.0 in China
    • What Demographic Wants
    • User generated = Collective Intelligence?
  • 4. What is next?
    • Infrastructure (Mobility)
      • Broadband
      • Wireless
    • Video
      • Video became the fundamental service on internet (Eric Schmidt, Google CEO)
      • “ IPTV, Video on demand and social video will be absolutely huge in single digit years. It’s on the way, and I firmly believe that….” (Jonathan Miller, AOL CEO)
  • 5. Incumbents' reaction to Web2.0
    • AOL Jonathan Miller, CEO of AOL : Going Free, Video
    • Microsoft Ray Ozzie,CTO : Scenario-based design
    • New York Times Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., Senior Executive : Quality stands first, Add in trustworthy amateur works, recommended daily-read blogs
    • Google Eric Schmidt, CEO : Video, Monetization, Web2.0 isn’t broad enough ( S/W development H/W device)
  • 6. Launch Pad 2.0
    • 13 out of over 200s
    • In the chair
    • Stikkit
    • Sharpcast
    • 3B
    • Turn
    • Klostu
    • Sphere
    • oDesk
    • Adify
    • Venyo
    • Timebridge
    • Omnidrive
    • Instructables
  • 7. In the chair
    • Music technology company
    • Let beginners play with professionals
    • Live or on-demand over the internet
    • Immediate feedback on performance.
    • Version 2: user generated content, hyperlink to publishers' online libraries.
    • Demo
  • 8. Stikkit
    • Organizing daily details as simple as jotting down a note or firing off email.
    • "little yellow notes that think" talk to the productivity applications,
    • Sync with friends, coworkers and family.
  • 9. Stikkit 11/23 9:00AM Title: Conference Address: 晶華 To-do-List Calendar
  • 10. Sharpcast
    • Automatically synchronize any type of file, media or application data between multiple PCs, the web and mobile phones.
    • The synchronization platform and APIs seamlessly bridge the gap between offline desktop applications, online services, and all the devices people use to access them.
  • 11. Sharpcast
  • 12. 3B
    • New online 3D experience.
    • Browse personalized website (e.g.MySpace) and friend’s pages in your themed 3D space.
    • Create 3D photo galleries (linking with Flickr)in under a minute.
    • Decorate walls and then hangout and chat with your friend’s avatars.
    • Personal homepage + workplace + commercial activities (e-commerce )
  • 13. 3B
  • 14. 3B
  • 15. 3B
  • 16. Sphere
    • Blog Search and Discovery
    • Find the good blogs out of reach over the topics you are interested in
  • 17. Sphere
  • 18. Sphere
  • 19. Timebridge
    • Personal scheduling manager
    • Transforms Microsoft Outlook into a hub for collaborative web services, allowing users to bring busy people together across time zones, calendaring systems and companies in just one step.
    • http://timebridge.com
  • 20. oDesk
    • Global marketplace for programmers and technical talent that lets businesses build and manage remote teams.
    • oDesk web-based collaboration tools: Hiring managers can choose from among thousands of top-rated technology professionals, and project managers to visually track and verify work. oDesk investors include Benchmark Capital, Globespan Capital Partners, and Sigma Partners.
  • 21. oDesk
  • 22. Instructables
    • Web-based "cookbook for stuff"
    • Users share what have built and how they built it.
    • The inventors at Squid Labs started Instructables to scratch an itch
    • How to record, share, and collaborate on projects as diverse as kite designs, open-source hybrid vehicles, or a family recipe .
  • 23. Instructables
  • 24. We2.0 in China
    • Alibaba.com
    • Jack Ma
  • 25. What Demographic Wants ?
    • 10 interviewees (5, 15-20 yr old; 5, middle age mums),
    • Which is the most popular website?
    • How much time you spend online and a day?
    • Which is “THE” search engine for you?
    • What is the difference between Yahoo and Google?
    • Which IMs (MSN,AOL,YAHOO)?
    • Which browser you use mostly?
    • What do you shop online and where?
  • 26. Wikinomics
    • How mass collaboration changes everything
    Web2.0 interaction web service The thing mobility GEO- spatiality True multimedia
  • 27. The Enterprise 2.0
    • The economics of collaboration
    • Reducing cost of search, transaction, contract, etc.
    • E.g. outsourcing
  • 28. Mass collaboration and competition Advantages
    • The peer Pioneers
      • S/W was just the beginning
      • Application S/W
      • Knowledge Products and services
      • Banking
      • Investment Banking
      • Physical products
      • Manufacturing
  • 29. Mass collaboration and competition Advantages
    • Idea goras – market for ideas, innovations and uniquely qualified minds
    • R/D C/D (Connect and development)
    • Prosummers : consumer co-innovation
    • (producing + customers)
    • The Now Alexandrians – The sharing
    • Open platform – Amazon API
  • 30. Mass collaboration and competition Advantages
    • The Plant Floor Goes Global
    • The wiki workplace
    • In a nutshell,
    • Enterprise 2.0 Is The Crisis of Leadership
    • Bottom up 向上管理
  • 31. Summary
    • How to monetize crowds (Google, Yahoo)
    • .exe time’s up (On-line Software-based websites)
    • Multiple platform (e.g. Klostu, Ning)
    • Virtual community expansion (interaction of online/offline)
    • Mobile emergence (infrastructure-supported, community-supported)
  • 32.
    • Tim O'Reilly's list of the core competencies that define Web 2.0:
    • Services, not packaged software, with cost-effective scalability
    • Control over unique, hard-to-recreate data sources that get richer as more people use them
    • Trusting users as co-developers
    • Harnessing collective intelligence
    • Leveraging the long tail through customer self-service
    • Software above the level of a single device
    • Lightweight user interfaces, development models, AND business models
    No longer Web2.0 (Web N.0)
  • 33.
    • The End
    • Thank you for your attention!!