Conference: Web2 Expo SF

I gave a talk called A Data-driven Look at the Realtime Web Ecosystem at the Web2Expo SF conference in May in San Francisco. I attempted to highlight some of the interesting facets of the data set, and it appeared to be well-received (showing up on TechCrunch, ZDNet, and a few other places).

I attended the full conference, and it was great. The attendees were extremely international and I met a ton of fascinating people.

I’m still getting a couple of e-mail requests per week for my slides and materials, so they’re posted below for posterity.

The slides:

And the video:

As always, I welcome your questions or comments.

6 Comments on “Conference: Web2 Expo SF”

  1. wes says:

    What are the realtime web’s possible business applications besides trend spotting?

  2. Jesse says:

    Hilary – YOU ARE AWESOME! Very Steve Jobs btw. :)

    Can’t wait to see you guys, maybe this summer, who knows.

  3. Great speech Hilary! I continue to learn from you.

  4. Rob says:

    Eyjafjallajökull vs. LOLCATS! :-)

  5. Great presentation, not a boring moment.