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Supernova 2008: Interview with Google’s Joe Kraus

In this video, Nick Douglas talks with Joe about the potential feeling of being overwhelmed by the stream of content coming to users from Twitter and other real-time web properties and services.

While the conversation occured about a year ago, the discussion of filtering events and updates from friends versus knowing what’s going on in their lives is even more relevant now.

Link: Joe Kraus at Supernova 2008

1 Comment | Supernova Staff | May 29th, 2009 | 2008, Video

Supernova 2008: Interview with Eric Bonabeau

At Supernova 2008, Eric Bonabeau, founder and Chief Scientist of Boston-based Icosystem Corporation and one of the world’s leading experts in complex systems and distributed adaptive problem solving, was interviewed by Nick Douglas.

There’s a discussion of decision-making and network effects, as well as a conversation of how business books get networks and connectors wrong so much of the time. Eric also talks about the way people use networks to make decisions.

Link: Eric_Bonabeau

Comments Off | Supernova Staff | May 28th, 2009 | 2008, Video

Supernova 2008 Recap – “The Network Age”

In this video clip, several participants from 2008′s Supernova conference, including Clay Shirky, Jeff Clavier, Joi Ito, Leah Culver and more discuss the conference theme of “the Network Age.”

Link: The Network Age

Comments Off | Supernova Staff | May 28th, 2009 | 2008, Video