This past week was the Web 2.0 Expo in New York City. It was a great event.
I was fortunate enough to have attended on both Wednesday and Thursday (I presented some new content at the unconference part of the show, Web2Open - organized by the PodCamp folks). For those who didn't make it to the event, the good people at O'Reilly (who produce the show) were kind enough to post some of the presentations online.
Here are two presentations that were fantastic and well-worth your time to watch...
1. Baratunde Thurston discusses the power of the hashtag in Twitter and in telling stories: Web 2.0 Expo NY 09: Baratunde Thurston, "There's a #Hashtag for That":
2. Chris Brogan discusses something he calls, The Serendipity Engine: Web 2.0 Expo NY 09: Chris Brogan, "The Serendipity Engine":