Alex Albrecht and Kevin Rose Kevin Rose smells a spliff while recording Diggnation Amsterdam. Alex Albrecht and Kevin Rose promised to grow a mustache for The Next Web but fortunately they just wore fake mustaches. Alex Albrecht and Kevin Rose with fake mustaches. Robert Scoble joins the fun and also puts on a fake mustache.… Read more Photos from Diggnation recorded live in Amsterdam at The Next Web 2008
Tomorrow and Friday I’ll be blogging live from the Next Web Conference with Dutch problogger Ernst-Jan Pfauth. Together we’ll cover all the keynotes and start-up pitches at the Next Web blog. Speakers include: Leah Culver (Pownce), Nova Spivack (Twine), Robert Scoble, Kevin Rose (Digg), Garrett Camp (Stumble Upon) and many more. One of my personal highlights is that Diggnation… Read more Blogging live from The Next Web Conference in Amsterdam
Here are the slides of the lecture I gave at Mediamatic in Amsterdam yesterday titled ‘The Widgetized Self. Distributed identity and the role of software-engine relations in blogging.’ | View | Upload your own Easy embedding of the slideshow thanks to Joost de Valk’s great SlideShare WordPress plugin.
Yesterday I attended the Amsterdam Flickr Meetup at the NDSM Wharf. An amazing amount of people from all over the world showed up and we spent a great day in Amsterdam North. I started using Flickr less than a year ago but it only took me a few days to take over two hundred pictures… Read more Photos Amsterdam Flickr Meetup 16th February 2008
Photos made for the Institute of Network Cultures. These pictures may not be used without explicit permission. Complete Video Vortex photo set at Flickr. 18 -19 January 2008 International Conference PostCS 11, Oosterdokskade 3-5, Amsterdam The Video Vortex conference is organized by the Institute of Network Cultures, in collaboration with Argos Brussels and the Netherlands… Read more Photos Video Vortex
Arjo Klamer addresses the question of “how can we bridge the gap between economics and culture?” Klamer gave up on PowerPoint a long time ago because the flip-over has several advantages over Powerpoint: You can keep referring to it and you can draw and add notes while you are speaking to clarify things. This makes… Read more Arjo Klamer @ New Cultural Networks Conference