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Web 2.0 Conference 2005

John Battelle’s posted details of the second Web 2.0 Conference, to be held in San Francisco on October 5-7. This is something I’d really really love to attend, but it’s looking like the travel costs are going to be prohibitive – for a po’ kiwi looking to become self-employed this year. Sometimes I really really hate living in New Zealand – no jobs, no conferences, no respect. Anyway, enough pissing and moaning 🙂 Here are the conference details:

“The program for the sophomore edition of Web 2.0 is inspired by the simple observation that while last year was all about declaring the web as a platform for new and innovative business models, this year it’s all about showing what can be done on that platform, and uncovering the innovative companies, ideas, and models from which all of us can learn. I’m (loosley) focusing on three areas that are truly taking off in 2005: Media & Entertainment, Communications (ie, the Web goes mobile and swallows telecom along the way), and the Web as OS.”

p.s. John’s looking for input, so go and contact him.

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