The Web 2.0 Videos Worth Watching

During my multi-hour marathon on Twitter last night, someone shared this video. Very entertaining, but for anyone who’s portfolios lived through the last Web bubble, it does get you thinking. Thanks to Greg Verdino and Karl Long for re-sharing.

On a much more serious note, you may have heard about the controversy surrounding Facebook’s Beacon. Valeria Maltoni shared this video on her blog this morning. Raises lots of questions to think about if you maintain a Facebook account.

1 comment so far

  1. Valeria Maltoni on

    That was a fun video (the first one). I was at a tech start up during the first bubble. Things got tight, then the company was gone. It was an experience worth having.


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