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Day 3 of Web 2.0: Facebook, Google Plus, MC Hammer & More

It’s the last day of the Web 2.0 Summit, and it’s been a great ride. Today’s guests are some of the best of the bunch. Mike McCue of Flipboard, Susan Wojcicki at Google and Hilary Mason from bit.ly are here this morning. Then we’ll have MC Hammer (yes), Mitchell Baker from Mozilla, and Kevin Rose, founder of Digg and his current venture, Milk.

The afternoon session will bring some of the highlights of the conference. Vic Gundotra, SVP of engineering at Google, will tell us how Google Plus is going in his carefully crafted opinion. We’ll hear from Bret Taylor, CTO at Facebook. And Reid Hoffman, co-founder and executive chairman at LinkedIn, will talk about some of his new projects. Richard and I will be there with decent-ish seats, but you can watch live below.

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Here’s the full schedule for day 3. You can watch the whole show here:

Watch live streaming video from web20tv at livestream.com

Follow Richard [@ricmacnz] and Jon [@JonMwords] on Twitter to catch their live updates from Web 2.0. The event’s hashtag is #w2s. If you’re at the conference, you can also contact Jon on iMessage using jon at readwriteweb dot com.

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