Published on December 2, 2006

Insights from BarCamp Turin

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In strict order:

  • The post-its of speeches that compose themselves on the wall, like a paper wiki
  • I halfway through Matteo and co.'s talk on blogrolls: who would have thought the topic would be so interesting. And I who have always snubbed them (blogrolls, not Matteo and co.)...
  • Semantic web: fine, but something concrete (Microformat aside)?
  • The atmosphere: similar to that of before it dissolved inside Smau like effervescent aspirin in a glass of water.
  • Republication and content aggregation. And we end up talking about what it means to earn money from a blog.
  • The
  • The SCAMPER.
  • Small rooms work much better than the big room: it may be the proximity, it may be that it feels better, it may be that...
  • Business Models for Web 2.0.
  • Matteo, Pecus, Vanz, Gaspar
  • Palmasco and his photographs. I finally get to meet a photography professional who wants to chat about his work (but why are they so rare?).
  • "Human Scale Interfaces", not sure which talk.
  • I waiting for the net to come back up...


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