May 5th 2008 – XTech – Dublin, Ireland
Ni Hao, Monde: Connecting communities across cultural and linguistic boundaries
As social networking sites continue to grow and expand internationally, what does that mean for their members, and for the notion of â€œcommunityâ€?
What can we do to facilitate communication between people no matter what language(s) they speak, or where theyâ€™re from? The aim of this session is to provoke thought as much as to answer questions; weâ€™ll explore both practical implementable solutions and more theoretical â€œpie in the skyâ€ ideas on how to make language and locale matter less online.
Original Apple Keynote ’08 (coming soon)
Flash .SWF (coming soon)
The paper which accompanies this talk is available on the XTech site here.
March 2008 – SXSWi – Austin, Texas
March 10th – 20×2 v8.0: “What is the difference”
March 11th – Taking over the World: The Flickr Way
This talk was delivered in Ballroom A at 5pm – the last session of the conference.