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    it is so crucial to know strories from the east, i think.
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  • Plus Eight Star Web20 Orange Labs

    1. Web 2.0 success stories from Asia OrangeLabs | Web 2.0 in China: What’s Next? Benjamin Joffe | Plus Eight Star Ltd | 6 November 2007
    2. The future has already arrived. It is just not evenly distributed yet. William Gibson Science fiction author & father of the cyberpunk genre Coined the term "cyberspace" in 1982
    3. 1. Innovation in Asia? 2. SNS case studies 3. Web 2.0 success stories 4. Barriers and catalysts Agenda
    4. Innovation in Asia?
    5. General assumption #1 Everything from the US is great
    6. General assumption #2 Everything from Asia is weird (and sometimes funny)
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    8. Japanese like texting on mobile Anonymous manager at a telecom company in 2000 Because they have small fingers
    9. Asians like avatars Anonymous manager at an Internet company in 2005 Because they read mangas and watch animes
    10. Chinese like ring-back tones Anonymous manager at a foreign media company in 2006 Because they go to KTV a lot
    11. Giving the wrong explanation to the right question
    12. CC | +8*
    13. Web 2.0 Made in USA
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    15. C2C?
    16. Copy-to-China
    17. Why look at Asia?
    18. 1 Because some Asian markets are strategically important
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    20. Official partner of Chinese Web2.0 fundraising since 2005
    21. Quiz Alexa School of Investment beta
    22. Crowdsourcing Quiz Which Asian Internet services do you know?
    23. Global China Japan South Korea 1 Yahoo! 2 Google 3 YouTube 4 MSN 5 Windows Live 6 MySpace 7 Facebook 8 Wikipedia 9 Hi5 10 Orkut
    24. Global China Japan South Korea 1 Yahoo! Yahoo Japan 2 Google Yahoo 3 YouTube Google Japan 4 MSN Google YouTube 5 Windows Live 6 MySpace Google Korea 7 Facebook YouTube 8 Wikipedia Livedoor 9 Hi5 Yahoo Wikipedia 10 Orkut
    25. Global China Japan South Korea 1 Yahoo! Yahoo Japan 2 Google Yahoo 3 YouTube Google Japan 4 MSN Google YouTube 5 Windows Live 6 MySpace Google Korea 7 Facebook YouTube 8 Wikipedia Livedoor 9 Hi5 Yahoo Wikipedia 10 Orkut
    26. Global China Japan South Korea 1 Yahoo! Baidu Yahoo Japan Naver 2 Google QQ FC2 Yahoo 3 YouTube Sina Google Daum 4 MSN Google YouTube Cyworld 5 Windows Live Netease Mixi Nate 6 MySpace Taobao Rakuten Google 7 Facebook Sohu Nicovideo YouTube 8 Wikipedia Tom Livedoor Empas 9 Hi5 Yahoo Wikipedia Gmarket 10 Orkut 56.com Goo Auction
    27. Global China Japan South Korea 1 Yahoo! Baidu Yahoo Japan Naver 2 Google QQ FC2 Yahoo 3 YouTube Sina Google Japan Daum 4 MSN Google YouTube Cyworld 5 Windows Live Netease Mixi Nate 6 MySpace Taobao Rakuten Google 7 Facebook Sohu Nicovideo YouTube 8 Wikipedia Tom Livedoor Empas 9 Hi5 Yahoo Wikipedia Gmarket 10 Orkut 56.com Goo Auction
    28. 2 Because words betray us
    29. Are we talking about the same thing?
    30. The fastest broadband connections are in Korea and Japan . OECD Report, July 2007 Thanks to fiber optic cables the broadband connections in Japan were up to 10 times faster than the OECD average . Japan also had the lowest relative monthly broadband charges/Mbps
    31. # Country Householdssubscribing Avg. speed (mbps) Price/month for 1 mbps, fastest tech. (USD PPP) Overall Score 1 Korea 0.90 45.6 0.45 15.73 2 Japan 0.52 61.0 0.27 14.99 3 Iceland 0.83 6.0 4.99 12.14 4 Finland 0.57 21.7 2.77 12.11 5 Netherlands 0.73 8.8 4.31 11.87 6 Sweden 0.49 18.2 0.63 11.54 7 France 0.49 17.6 1.64 11.41 12 US 0.51 4.8 3.33 10.47
    32. Consequence #1 Internet penetration and speed
    33. Consequence #2 Internet literacy
    34. Consequence #3 Internet as a retail channel for material, immaterial goods and human intelligence
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    42. Python is so last year
    43. Developed by Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto in Japan in the mid-90s
    44. How about those concepts? Meta-blogging Content scrapping Trust-based information sharing Personal Resource Planning (PRP)
    45. SNS case studies
    46. QQ Mixi Cyworld
    47. #1 All are kinds of Social Networks
    48. #2 What’s the difference?
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    52. Metrics Pageviews Number of users
    53. Business models Advertising Storage Monthly fee Personalization Alerts Etc.
    54. Key features Invitation system Closed/Open/Semi-closed Sticky features Payment solutions
    55. Social design Focus Atmosphere Demographics
    56. Psychological design Identity / Identities Trust level
    57. Web 2.0 success stories
    58. Problem #1 What is “Web 2.0”?
    59. Problem #2 What is “success”?
    60. Success story #1 Power
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    64. Citizen media 40,000 contributors Editorial team 250 stories a day
    65. (profitable)
    66. 4 th most trusted media in South Korea (quoted on TV, etc.)
    67. The Internet was the space where a few people who possessed nothing could bring about results using guerrilla methods. OH Yeon Ho CEO OhmyNews
    68. Success story #2 Love
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    73. Train Man
    74. キタ━━━━( ゜∀ ゜)━━━━ッ!!
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    78. Success story #3 Fame
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    80. 100 million Internet DL Sold millions of RT/RBT >20 million USD in licensing fees
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    83. Brand endorsements
    84. Success story #4 Money
    85. 带头大哥 777 的博客
    86. Received 7 million RMB from the 700 subscribers of his QQ group for unauthorized stock recommendations (investigation in July 2007)
    87. Social processes re-engineering CC | Yongjoon Hyoung, founder of Cyworld
    88. Barriers & catalysts
    89. Is Internet infrastructure enough for innovation?
    90. Is it a Web 2.0 issue or larger that that?
    91. Financial Seed VC Exit
    92. Technical Finding and keeping talent
    93. Crowdsourcing Quiz Where can you find good .Net developers in Beijing? (2~3 years experience, speaks some English)
    94. Social Starting Running Failing
    95. Crowdsourcing Quiz Why is there no Bill Gates in Korea?
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    97. 谢谢! Thanks! [email_address] +86 1371 880 3321 Skype: benjamin0123

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